3512 White Oak Way, Waukesha
Woodland Hills Subdivision
Woodland Hills Condominiums featuring a split
ranch style design with elegant 11 ceilings.
The unique kitchen design boasts an angular work
center island and custom made solid birch cabinets.
A luxurious master bath with a tile shower
connected to a Kohler whirlpool tub, dual vanities
and private commode. Screened in porch off the
dinette. All Woodland Hills Condo include low
maintenance exteriors, hilltop settings convenient
location, access to Lifestyle Center, exercise
facility, tennis courts, trails and more!
See 5 Other Models at this Location.
Directions: 1-94 exit Hwy G (Meadowbrook Rd., go south
to Summit Ave (Hwy 18) turn right, right on Woodland
Hills Drive, left on White Oak Way.
www.belmanhomes.com . 262. 544. 4648
Open Saturday & Sunday 12-4pm
Stone Manor Front
2109 Deer Path, Waukesha
Deer Trails Subdivision
4 Beds, 3 Bath, 3 Car Garage, 2,476 sq.ft.
Re-designed kitchen and exterior. First floor includes
dinning room, den, first floor bedroom, plus a two-
story great room. Whirlpool master suite with tile
shower, separate vanities and built in wardrobe cen-
ter. Home includes walk out lower level and deck.
Directions: Hwy 59 bypass around
Waukesha, East on Sunset Dr. Immediate
right on Milky Way, left on Deer Trails,
right on Deer Path, right to home.
Open Saturday & Sunday 1-4pm
Certified Energy Efficient
Shop at home We do it all!
Personal in-home appointments.
Professionally measured & installed. Call for FREE phone quotes.
Honeycomb Shades Woods & Faux Verticals
Metals Silhouette Luminette Vignette
We wont be undersold
Decorating the Lake Country area for 22 years
A Sincere Thanks to my 23 Buyers or Sellers from 2011!
N59W17843 Prairie Sky Court
Menomonee Falls $289,900
Welcome to this beautiful Stand-Alone Condo Community! Enjoy
the privacy of a single family home. Prairie Walk is an attractive
natural 46 acre setting. This 2BR/2BA home is strategically placed
overlooking one of the several ponds.
A full walk-out bsmt
w/roughed-in bath + 2 patio doors is awaiting your finishing ideas.
Master BR w/view of pond. KT w/corian counters & breakfast bar.
36701 Valentine Road
Oconomowoc Lake $450,000
Well maintained custom built contemporary on a 1.88 acre (TBV)
secluded lot. Huge great room w/vaulted ceiling, fireplace, large
formal DR, + an all season porch. KT/dinette features center island
, planning desk & access to sunny deck. Oversized LL game room
w/sauna and walk-out to the pool & large hot tub. Huge garage and
a 29x16 LL workshop w/separate outside entrance.
N74 W28201 Trowbridge Trail
1991 meticulously maintained one owner home with about an acre
of manicured lawn, garden & mature plantings surrounding the
property. Beautiful river rock stone fireplace in the great room.
Kitchen features newer vinyl flooring and a gas stove. Dinette or
formal dining room. Upstairs is the large master bedroom with
cathedral ceiling, walk-in closet and full bath.
N66 W35833 Spring Hollow Circle
Like-new custom home. Spectacular 2-story stone FP. Chefs KT
w/oversized granite island, beautiful cherry cabinets, and stainless
appliances. Dinette area has built-in hutch w/granite topped wet bar. 4
season sunroom w/vaulted ceiling overlooks a southern exposed level
yard. Main floor Master & bath with ceramic tile & dual vanities. 2BRs
are up with WICs. Main floor 4th BR w/cherry floors & custom inlay.
By Jesse Ziemienski
Board Certified Master Arborist WI-0145B
AMERICAN TREE EXPERTS, INC.
Bleed in Spring
It is a common myth that trees which
bleed should not be pruned in Spring.
The fact is, little injury is done when pruning
cuts are made correctly. Any cut made on a tree
is a wound; however, this wounding can be
minimized by making proper pruning cuts by
not cutting into the branch collar. If the sap is
considered unsightly, then the trees can be
pruned after the leaves have formed.
Generally most trees can be pruned at any-
time of the year. American Elms and Oaks
should be avoided during summer months
because pruning at this time could make them
more susceptible to Dutch Elm Desease and
Trees in the urban landscape do not self
prune themselves as they do in the forest.
Therefore, aesthetics, safety, and health are all
important reasons for pruning trees. Also,
thinning and removal of low limbs will aid in
light penetration, thus improving other plants
and lawn areas beneath the tree.
Even on a tight budget,
barbecue parties can
provide outdoor fun
SPECIAL TO HOMES PLUS
(NewsUSA) Simplify your summer
entertaining and save money by heading
outdoors for a barbecue. Theyre the per-
fect way to enjoy friends, food and the
Here are some practical tips to help you
save money while making every barbecue
a fun-filled and delicious event:
Use simple decorations. The summer
sky and the great outdoors provide natural
beauty, so theres no need for ice sculp-
tures or china plates. Inexpensive table
cloths and color-coordinated plasticware
provide ample decoration. For a simple
centerpiece, pick flowers from your yard,
and place them in a vase or plastic pitcher.
Keep bugs away by using citronella
candles. They provide light and help keep
gnats and mosquitoes off guests.
Use disposable plates, napkins and
utensils to make cleanup easy.
At the start of summer, stock up on
grilling supplies, which can be found inex-
pensively at discount stores. If needed, buy
a new grill. And, dont forget accessories
like scrubbers, grill and basting brushes,
baskets, forks and spatulas.
Plan a simple menu, which will help
keep costs low. Choose your main dish,
such as hot dogs or hamburgers, and build
your menu around it. Serve side dishes
that are inexpensive and easy to prepare
such as potato chips, pretzels, canned
baked beans and pasta salad. Or make your
party a potluck and have your guests bring
the side dishes.
Build a condiment bar, including
essentials such as ketchup, mustard, may-
onnaise, pickles and relish.
And dont forget drinks. Fill a plastic
tub with ice for serving cold drinks such
as soda, juice boxes and bottled water.
End your barbecue on a sweet note.
Use brownie, cake or cookie mixes to make
a sweet treat without any mess or fuss. For
a cool treat, make a pitcher of Kool-Aid,
pour it into ice trays, insert popsicle sticks
into each cube and freeze.