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MILWAUKEE — It's no surprise that real estate in the city comes at a price. What is surprising, however, is how those city markets compare around the region.

Take a look at this a 7-bedroom Tudor-style home positioned in Milwaukee's North Point Historic District and how it compares to a 3-bedroom modern home in Chicago's Lincoln Park area.

2743 N. Lake Drive, Milwaukee, WI — Listed at $2,450,000

  • Bedrooms: 7
  • Bathrooms: 9
  • Year built: 1896
  • Area: 11,099 sq. ft. on 0.67 acres
  • Price per sq. ft: $221
  • Estimated payment: $14,622/mo

Highlights: The Tudor estate set on a double lot in Milwaukee's North Point Historic District includes a private pool, several entertaining spaces and a balance of historic charm and modern amenities.

2225 N. Lakewood Ave., Chicago, IL — Listed at $5,995,000

  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 5
  • Year built: 2006
  • Area: 7,600 sq. ft. 
  • Price per sq. ft: $789
  • Estimated payment: $33,103/mo

Highlights: This one-of-a-kind home sits on a triple lot in the heart of Chicago's Lincoln Park and includes 20-foot ceilings with bow-trusses, an oversized garden, barbecue area, dramatic formal entry and more.

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