Clearly rooted in classic mid-century design, this wonderful residence offers so many design elements still relevant to today’s lifestyle. This notable 1959 home, designed by architect Edward Durell Stone seamlessly blends w/nature thru its floor to ceiling windows with year round 360 degree views inc NYC’s iconic skyline. nestled in a wooded canopy on First Mountain, this 2, 200+ sf home is a hidden oasis so close to bustling downtown, NYC trans & parks. The open floor plan, w/classic Japanese influences, offers a 1st floor primary suite w/access to the deck, plentiful closets & a full BA, a large LR framed by a stunning wall of windows, a DR w/built-in storage & kit open to the deck & patio. A loft overlooks the LR & is perfect for an office. An OPEN Staircase leads to the lower level informal FR w/beamed ceiling, built-in shelves & wet bar, 3 add’l BRs, a full BA, PR & laundry. The entire perimeter is surrounded by decking in the Japanese Engawa style, accessed thru glass doors on all sides, truly embracing the concept of inviting the outside in. With a cascading water feature, patio, mature & natural landscaping, the exterior of this unique home offers a Zen-like experience for relaxation, meditation & entertaining. With just one owner for more than 50 years, it has been meticulously maintained w/light hardwood floors, a 2 car detached garage, CAC. For MCM purists & lovers of minimalist design, you will be delighted. This is a very special home looking for its very special new owners.
Updated on January 26, 2023 at 3:45 pm