The Celanese House, by famed architect Edward Durell Stone, is a stunning example of mid-century modern architecture that seamlessly blends form and function. The house features a lattice screen on the facade and glass pyramids on the roof which are prime examples of Stone's design and, true to Stone's principles, the house is substantial, private and comfortable. Built in 1959, the house has been fully renovated, staying true to its original vision, with satin bleached oak floors and walls of glass. Natural light flows into the interior space. Visitors are greeted with an underlit glass floor at the entryway. Kitchen by Bulthaup including Gaggenau 5-burner gas cooktop, Subzero and Wolf appliances and new flat skylight. Primary Suite complete with Dornbracht bath and faucet fittings and Boffi shower pipe. Situated on two+ park-like acres, on prestigious Oenoke Ridge, with integrated landscape design to complement the structure. ...A unique opportunity to own a true masterpiece.
2-car Attached Garage
Central Air, Zoned
Gas Cooktop, Wall Oven, Refrigerator, Dishwasher, Washer, Dryer, Wine Chiller