Secluded in the Whippoorwill Estate area, cantilevered on a hill, is this historically significant mid-century home designed by Frank Lloyd Wrights protégé, Edgar Tafel. Reimagined and modernized by a prominent NY designer and architect, the home retains its original integrity and connection with its surroundings. Built around natural rock formations, the home overlooks 6 wooded acres. The great room’s panoramic views are framed by stone and wood architectural planes leading the eye onto a floating outdoor deck. Expansive windows and skylights provide natural light while capturing seasonal changes and extraordinary sunsets. The master wing includes vaulted ceilings, a private balcony, and a luxurious bathroom. The opposite wing features two bedrooms, fireplace, full bath, and playroom. On the lower level, a large office with separate entrance offers the perfect work-from-home environment. This peacefully private property offers unique indoor/outdoor living with a modernist signature.