In 1959, Iowa City architect Roland Wehner designed and built an iconic Stone City limestone and California redwood home for his family. This unique Usonian-style house, influenced by Frank Lloyd Wright, is now a National Historic Place. The home features a distinctive design with hexagon-shaped rooms across three levels, connected by an open-riser hexagonal stairway. The main level includes a foyer, family room with a stone fireplace, dining area, and kitchen. The bedroom wing offers a primary bedroom with an ensuite bath, two additional bedrooms, and a guest bath. The hallway features ample built-in storage, and skylights provide natural light. The lower level contains a laundry/mechanical room with a sauna and storage. Sited on a 2.33-acre lot with an in-ground pool and hot tub, the house offers seasonal views of Rapid Creek and its valley. Its strategic window placement maximizes light and privacy. Additionally, it's conveniently located less than 10 minutes from Iowa City's amenities.