Michael Horne
House Confidential

Marc Marotta’s Mequon McMansion

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By - Apr 28th, 2014 04:51 pm
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6 thoughts on “House Confidential: Marc Marotta’s Mequon McMansion”

  1. Andy says:

    Mcmansion? I don’t know what your definition of mcmansion is… but to me this is a tried and true mansion.

    I’m sure the effect may be different in person… but from the gallery, because of the other large neighbor to the north, it appears the smaller orange home is the one out of place.

  2. Andy — “McMansion”is indeed a tricky real estate classification. Usually you will find, as in this case, that once you strip away the pretensions, the home’s construction is of no greater quality than that of conventional tract homes. There is just more of it piled up. The little orange home, by contrast, is well-designed and well-constructed.

  3. Phyllis says:

    Atrocious.

  4. Charlton says:

    How can his wife be the environmental person for Miller when she lives in this thing?

  5. Lucy says:

    Kim Marotta is the Director of Sustainability at MillerCoors! What’s the carbon footprint on this monstrosity? I am appalled by the wasteful consumption.

  6. tomw says:

    No press pass or freebies at the Bradley center for you, Michael!!

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