Spectacular 6,000 square foot post-modern home designed by internationally-renowned architect, Myron Goldfinger in 1981. The house is set on five lush acres with both woods and manicured lawns, a pool and a separate 1,000 square foot art studio.
The house boasts sculptural elements such as rounded walls, high ceilings, and a wall of windows in the gallery-like open living room/dining room area which has a soaring two-story ceiling open to the master bedroom above. The natural light and open floor plan are perfect for displaying the owner’s eclectic art collection. On the same floor the modern white kitchen retains the architect’s signature round counter top paired with a vintage Eero Saarinen tulip table and chairs and contemporary art work. Open to the kitchen is a family room with a vintage Ward Bennett mid-century sectional sofa and brightly striped rug and a collection of interesting art and artifacts. A white spiral staircase in the family room leads up to modern bedroom suite and a custom library with 30 foot built in shelves and a mid-century sofa paired with a set of unique side tables and chairs made of ivory, horn, and tortoiseshell designed by the famous decorator, Anthony Redmile.
The ultra modern basement floor has high ceilings, white carpet, and original white built-in cabinets with a wall of sliding glass doors that open to a stone patio and a large in ground pool overlooking the woods and an enclosed garden.
No shoes inside (except for models).
Library furniture cannot be moved unless agreed to in advance; no moving of artwork or painting / nailing in walls without owner approval.
Off-limit areas: Master bedroom, bathroom, kids bedrooms and bathroom on 2nd floor.
No cats allowed.