NEW YORK CITY RESIDENTIAL MODERN- NYCRM25T
Architecturally important Edward Durell Stone Townhouse on Manhattan's Upper East Side. Built in 1956 in the Internatinal, "Neo-Baroque" style with concrete breeze block grills. Set in one of Manhattan's most desirable neighbohoods where elegant brownstones on tree-lined streets epitomize old world New York. This four-story townhouse was the home of Modernist architect Edward Durell Stone. Elegant and whimsical. One can almost sense the cocktails being served to Jack and Jackie Kennedy, Sophia Loren and Frank Lloyd Wright, frequent guests in the Stone's home. Photo and Film friendly. Some restrictions apply.