The NYC townhouse formerly owned by modernist architect Edward Durell Stone
just came onto the market asking $ 9.95M.
Receiving landmark status in 1981, the home’;s grid-like white concrete exterior ruffled the feathers of man an Upper East Sider back in 1956, when Stone first replaced the classic brownstone façade. Indeed, it’;s quite the piece of history for someone who, as the brokerbabble
put its, is “looking to live in a work of art.” [NYT]