Philip Johnson Masterpiece
It has seen galas and gowns. A president. A first lady. A rock concert. Champagne toasts. Fashion shows down the double stairs. Singers. Socialites. Senators. Ambassadors. A ballet performance on the lawn. It has been celebrated in books, in Vogue and in The New York Times.
It has seen children. Diapers. Dogs & cats. Family dinners. Laughs. Love. Tears. Teens. Volleyball games. Christmas trees. A debut. A wedding. Lasagna. Laundry. Bicycles and Band-Aids. Sunrises and sunsets. It has celebrated birthdays, holidays and family — for 53 years and counting.
It is grand. It is livable.
And now it can tell your story.
It is the rarest of them all: a Philip Johnson masterpiece, never to be repeated. Built in 1964, with an exquisite and sensitive update completed in 2008, the light-filled house boasts elegant living spaces, a stunning double staircase, a unique dining room with an arched canopy, six bedrooms, seven full baths and four half baths. The nearly 7 park like acres include a media house, modernist cabana, pool and tennis court.