Southport beach house Kenosha Wi – construct between 1936 and 1941 under the auspices of the Works Progress Administration. It designing by Christian Borggren, famous Danish-born architect in Kenosha with his planning department. Recycled materials use in the building’s construction, include slate from North Western Railway depot and Racine’s razed Chicago. While the bricks from the Bain Wagon Works, and marble from the Kenosha post office.
Re-use of quality materials enabled the beach house to achieve more high level of finishes. Than otherwise would have been possible. The overall design of the Southport beach house Kenosha Wi is interesting architectural styles. From Tudor windows and Mediterranean arches on the east facade to Classical Revival symmetry and detailing on the west facade.
Furthermore, the interior of Southport beach house Kenosha Wi is pure Art Deco, with geometric ornamentation on the walls and ceiling executed in paint, raised plaster, and aluminum banding. Now, this beach house is available for public and private events. Kenosha city like to restore the National register-listed and locally landmarked building to its original elegance and has received a Wisconsin Coastal Management grant to partially fund the project and that began in 2014. Now, if you are planning to get married you can rent this house to make wedding party there.