Midcentury homes come in all shapes and sizes, and the latest to cross our desk is this four-bedroom, four-and-a-half bath beauty north of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Built in 1959 by Wisconsin architect Myron Sielaff as his personal residence, the 6,410-square-foot house features a unique five-sided room design.
Nicknamed the “Pentagon,” the main living room features floor-to-ceiling windows that offer views onto the .78-acre landscaped backyard. An updated kitchen features stainless steel appliances and granite countertops, and a spiral staircase leads guests to a loft or private guest bedroom.
But perhaps what makes this midcentury gem unique is its giant indoor chlorine-free pool and sauna. Soaring ceilings with exposed rafters compliment the pool’s many windows, and a lower-level walk-out family room with second kitchen makes entertaining easy. All of this located just one block off of Lake Michigan. Nab 1011 E Donges Road for $699,000.