416 West Second Street
Homeowners: Bill and Susan Ohlendorf
This Arts and Crafts Four-Square Home was completed in 1907. The Ohlendorfs purchased the home in 1988 and they are only the fourth owners. It has a clay tile roof in keeping with the style. The home displays the original staircase stained-glass window. There is quarter-sawn oak flooring and woodwork throughout the home. A butler's pantry connects the kitchen to the dining room.
416 West Main Street
Homeowner: Glenna Hanks Wade
This lovely all brick stately home paints a picture of style and grace. A large 10-foot door invites you inside a home that eloquently bridges several eras of architectural design. You will walk on the original pine floors that lead you to the Italianate parlor that has 13-foot ceilings and 11-foot windows with tall shutters that fold completely into the window sills of the foot thick walls. The inside decor exhibits classic charm and elegance. Wait until you see the hidden treasure that awaits you in the back lawn!
316 West Third Street
Homeowner: Gregory and Shirley Howard
The Howard’s Green Fountain Cottage is full of charming features! What was once used as a guest house, now serves as a second home for Gregory and Shirley. This tour site had a complete remodel in 2015, but the original front door has remained within the home. You will also find stained glass pieces from Madison’s Chautauqua Festival of Art and a fountain left from a previous owner inside. Don’t miss this home!
Dr. William Daviess Hutchings Office and Museum
120 West Third Street
Owner: Historic Madison, Inc.
One of the most authentic 19th-century medical history restorations in the US. Hundreds of Dr. Hutchings’ medical records, surgical tools, books, and other artifacts including early electrical healing devices fill the office. Next door, in the museum, enjoy a sampling of the Hutchings’ family treasures.
428 Mulberry Street
Homeowners: Jerome and Belinda Vernon
The McKee-Powell-White House is a federal-style home built in 1832, designed by Matthew Temperly and Sons. This unique house has three of the original brass chandeliers in the parlor, living room, and dining room. These chandeliers were manufactured in France and brought up by riverboat from New Orleans. The home is furnished with antiques from the early 19th to early 20th century. The McKee-Powell-White house is one you won’t want to miss seeing!
417 East Third Street
Homeowner: Stew Hizey
This cute little cottage was built in the mid-1800s in the camelback architectural style. It was recently remodeled with a freestanding fireplace as a cozy focal point. As you go through the home, marvel at the beams in the ceiling as they were originally floor joists from the home!
River’s Edge-Historic Hunger House
213 Jefferson Street
Homeowners: Phillip and Angela Lobb
This property was first recorded for sale by the founder of the city of Madison, John Paul in 1828. It is known to the locals as "The Hunger House" because the Hunger family resided there for 84 years. This Italianate-inspired home has been totally renovated and is available for guests planning a Madison experience! This home has been divided into two apartments that are available for guests to rent through Airbnb. This home has a unique blend of historic character and contemporary comfort with floor-to-ceiling windows, an amazing staircase, and hardwood flooring, with modern kitchens, and bathrooms.
315 Central Avenue
Homeowners: Tony and Hilary Steinhardt
This fully renovated 1830s Row House with modern flair and antique charm sets this home apart! Located on a quiet street in the heart of historic downtown Madison, steps away from everything! Stunning, restored original hardwoods on the main floor greet you as you enter. The dining room boasts an original fireplace resurrected from behind plaster and brick, along with Madison artwork, including an Eric Phagan original canvas over the mantle. Be sure and check out the private courtyard that went from overgrown to sleek and modern.