Mid Century Modern renovation, originally built in 1953 by Aaron Resnik, who studied under Frank Lloyd Wright. 360-degree seasonal views of the Hudson River Valley. The 2,000 square foot residence integrates interior and exterior living areas with use of open space, glass, stone and wood. The design creates a consonant harmony with nature. The formal entrance is the side of a carport
A short flight of stairs up a stone-walled hallway leads to main living area with walls of glass, an open wall with minimal built-in, redwood shelving, vibrant red stone floors and layered blue-stone fireplace. Lighting is discretely hidden in the cedar ceiling. Glass doors in the living room lead to a red stone patio and gardens. The kitchen retains its original birch cabinetry, decorative tile work and built-ins. It opens to a study and hallway that leads to the master bedroom and bath, two bedrooms, bath with laundry and den. The bathrooms still have their original tile work and birch cabinets.
The last renovation designed by Resnick in 1986 for the late Henriette Simon Parker, a celebrated painter and fashion designer, was the conversion of an outside veranda into a studio.
Third bedroom and guest room are currently not furnished. Master and second guest bedroom are the two rooms that are furnished presently.
Wood beamed ceiling, floor to ceiling windows, open, stone fireplace, chandelier, stone floor, skylights