Located in the heart of Madison's Historic District, the Callaway-Engle house is a remarkable example of the American Arts and Crafts Architecture movement which began in earnest in the late 1800's. This brick and tiled-roofed home built in 1920 by Martin Callaway and features many exterior and interior hallmarks of the Arts and Craft style including the side porte cochere, exposed rafter tails, front and rear porches, low-pitched tile roof, beautiful wood floors, prominent fireplaces, and wood craftsman windows. The open floor plan offers gracious rooms with 10-foot ceilings and lots of natural light - perfect for entertaining. Three of the bedrooms are suites with their own baths, and the owner's suite features his and her closets and its own study overlooking the rear garden. The laundry is in a small, dry and light-filled basement which offers additional storage. The property is just over a half-acre, and it includes a two-level garage that could accommodate up to 4 cars, front, side and rear gardens, and is an easy walk to downtown Madison.