House Hunt: Recently Reduced Homes
Looking for a bargain? Here are some homes for sale in Brookfield whose prices have recently dropped.
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16815 Judith Ln — $134,900
This 1,052-square-foot ranch home was built in 1950 and features three bedrooms and one bath. Coldwell Banker realtor Chris Novak says in his listing the seller is "highly motivated."
Novak called the property an "outstanding opportunity to live in Brookfield and attend Elmbrook Schools at an affordable price. Home has been in the family for over 40 years and is ready for a new owner." More details and photos here.
18535 Parkview Dr — $254,900
This 2,091-square-foot home was built in 1961 and features four bedrooms and two baths. The Cape Cod across from Beverly Hills Park has a living room with gas fireplace, finished lower level with a natural fireplace, and a deck on a nearly half-acre wooded lot.
Private showings can be scheduled with Badgerland Realtors. More details and photos here.
21340 Lancelot Dr — $256,900
This 2,027-square-foot home features three bedrooms and two baths and is near Canterbury Park in Brookfield. For more information or to schedule a showing, contact Coldwell Banker's Team Quintero Jan Quintero & Jackie Trettin. More information and photos here.
3165 Brehon Ct — $719,000
This Tudor home features five bedrooms and four baths on a private wooded cul-de-sac in Brighton Heights. There are new stainless steel appliances and granite counters, a two-story foyer and an "expansive" master suites with attached library / office with built-in bookcases.
The listing says there are "great bedroom sizes" and a "100-inch theater screen at walk-out lower level."
Private showings can be scheduled by broker Sharon Doyle of Dale's Home Selling Team with Realty Executives.