Holidays were “like a Norman Rockwell painting” at this stunning 1892 Cudahy home, said Leah Delaney, whose grandparents lived in the home during her youth.
There were so many nooks and crannies to explore, Delaney said, her grandparents didn’t even need to have toys on hand to keep her and her siblings occupied.
Her grandparents left the home in 1987. Now, all these years later, it is for sale once again.
Delaney joins OnMilwaukee’s Bobby Tanzilo and I this week on Urban Spelunking to talk about the home’s hidden gems and her family’s quest to keep it in the family’s name.
Curious to learn more? Check out Bobby’s complete story at OnMilwaukee.