It was 1961. Soon to design Butler University’s Clowes Hall, architect Evans Woollen wanted to experiment. He found a more-than-willing couple who agreed to a mid-century design following the centuries-old Trullo style from Southeastern Italy. Set on just over one acre on the Indianapolis North Side and still owned by the original owners, the home is available to the public for the first time. The home offers four bedrooms with approximately 3,000 square feet of living space. Offered for sale at $449,900. See more information, 3D Interactive Tour, and floorplans at www.gb.house.