Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright disciple Herb DeLevie, this mid century gem is full of quirky details. The Max & Arlyne Hurwitz House sits just outside of down town in Madison, Wisconsin, on a tree-lined plot of land.
DeLevie, a student of Wright’s at Taliesin, designed the four-bedroom, three-bathroom home in 1966, and it’s filled with striking features like a giant stone fireplace and angled walls, all sorts of nooks, plus amenities like a sauna and wet bar. The house opens into an entryway framed by 15-foot double doors. Inside, the home has an open-plan layout with split levels connected by multiple staircases.