The home was designed by Wright in 1958 and completed in 1960 for Paul C. Olfelt, a radiologist. The Olfelts worked with Wright personally before the architect’s death in 1959. Entering the home is like stepping into a time machine. Built into a hillside on nearly four acres tucked at the end of a cul-de-sac, the brick house appears virtually untouched. It boasts distinctly Wrightian details, including huge windows, incredible original built-ins including seating, book shelves, cabinetry, and other furniture and fixtures, a massive sloping overhang—and a minimum of right angles.
Source: Frank Lloyd Wright House