Michael Horne
House Confidential

Willie Hines’ Cozy Bungalow

Longtime council president's home is small but has a wood-burning fireplace and basement rec room finished in knotty pine.

By - Feb 9th, 2014 07:42 pm
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Longtime council president's home is small but has a wood-burning fireplace and basement rec room finished in knotty pine. Back to the full article.

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2 thoughts on “House Confidential: Willie Hines’ Cozy Bungalow”

  1. Milwaukee Bungalows are among the best-built homes in the nation, as this story shows. Mr. and Mrs. Hines have done a great job of providing a fine environment for their family in a sustainable neighborhood by investing in sound housing. This is a great place, especially for families.

  2. Alex says:

    I live on 48th St., two blocks away from the wonderful Hines family. Great neighborhood, and our alderman has definitely played a big part in its resurgence. Also, McBob’s has fantastic “Irish tacos.” Really.

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