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Midcentury modern with giant indoor pool asks $699K

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Designed by architect Myron Sielaff as his personal residence

Photos courtesy of Falk Ruvin Real Estate

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.

The sprawling house sits on .78 acres of landscaping.
Inside the unique five-sided room with floor-to-ceiling windows.
The kitchen has been updated since 1959.
Large windows in a sunroom.
One of four bedrooms.
The chlorine-free indoor pool.