Untouched By Glaciers. A Frank Lloyd Wright Apprentice Masterpiece
Peaceful views extend for miles, competing for your attention with the artistic details of the geometric interior. It's said, "Just as you can't experience music by looking at notes, you can't fully experience this house by walking around. You have to live here."
John Howe, one of the original apprentices at Taliesin, must have been thrilled to be asked to design a home to fit in this remarkable countryside. Creating a 10,000 sq ft masterpiece with a spectacular indoor garden-swimming pool space and not imposing on the landscape was Howe’s intent as it was for the Wright architects since 1933. He did it.
You are at home in the Driftless Area of South Central Wisconsin. Untouched by the glaciers that smoothed North America, here you have deeply carver river valleys, some of our highest elevations, bluffs, and ridges. This is horse country. With level open space and fertile cropland in the valley, you have the setting to customize your Stable and Riding Arena. The bluffs and hills are yours to explore. Ultimate privacy and views that don’t end. Expect to turn this authentic prairie style home into your home or escape destination. A caretaker or stablehand suite has its own private area with a walkout, fireplace, kitchen, living room, laundry, two bedrooms and baths. Even a shop in the enormous garage is ready for your working ranch.
Near Baraboo, this property is about 30 minutes from the Madison-Middleton corporate business center, another 15 minutes to the hospitals, and just as close to shopping, restaurants, and entertainment. Come take a look.
- Ultra Lux
- Modern Architecture