One Of Wisconsin’s Most Historic Homes Is Having An Estate Sale And You Won’t Want To Miss It

One of Wisconsin’s oldest and most historic homes is holding an estate sale on June 8th, 2019 to help clear out their storage and raise money to secure more of the original pieces from the home as well as pay for upkeep and restoration. The home was built from 1890-1892 by Captain Frederick Pabst, founder of the Pabst Brewing Company. Built in the Flemish Renaissance Revival style, this ornate building stands right along Milwaukee’s Wisconsin Avenue and was home to the Pabst family before the Archdiocese of Milwaukee owned it for nearly seven decades. Since 1978, it has been open to the public and stands as a testament to the state’s rich brewing past. The Mansion has come to stand as a de facto steward for historic Milwaukee and has found itself in possession of a number of items that are collecting dust and taking space. So, just like we all would do, these folks are having a yard sale!

Address: 2000 West Wisconsin Avenue, Milwaukee, WI, 53233.

Find out more about the Pabst Mansion here and check out this page for all the information about this amazing estate sale!

If you love antiques, you have to check out this massive three-story antique store that feels like it goes on for miles!

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