Set against the bucolic backdrop of Newburgh, New York, Philip Johnson's Wolfhouse is a design enthusiast's dream retreat. The dwelling was built in 1949 and situated on a wooded lot overlooking the Hudson River. Its current owners have renovated the four-bedroom home to its original state using materials from the Columbia University archives. Maintaining its mid-century charm, the interior boasts an open floorplan, airy living space, and expansive glazing, affording views of the rural setting, while its white walls act as a gallery for curated artworks. The Wolfhouse can accommodate six guests and is available for rent with a two-night minimum.