|Description:||decorative arts museum housed in an Italian Renaissance-style villa; also known as Sopra Mare, house of Lloyd Raymond Smith, president of A. O. Smith; David Adler, architect, 1924; National Register of Historic Places with state significance|
|Address:||2220 N Terrace Ave, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA|
|Coordinates:||43.057508, -87.880768 (N Terrace Ave entrance)|
|Place Type:||art museum|
|Nearby:||(A) Villa Terrace N Terrace Ave entrance|
|37 meters||N||to||(B) Pabst House|
|62 meters||N||to||(C) Goodrich House|
|173 meters||W||to||(D) North Point South Historic district|
|208 meters||SW||to||(E) Back Bay Park|
|251 meters||N||to||(F) North Point Tower|
|334 meters||N||to||(G) Columbia St Mary's|
|376 meters||NW||to||(H) Colectivo Prospect|
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