73 Whippoorwill Road E
The Stech Residence, 1954
Modernist masterpiece by internationally renowned architect Edward Durell Stone is discovered and now presented for your consideration. Organic in nature, from its inception, the 1949 Stech Residence attains its original design and details. Truly one of a kind, architect and residence, Time Magazine shared with America in 1958. To experience this home in person is a joy, from the exterior floating roof line with actual entry point tree posts, and natural light flowing throughout the interior highlighting four masonry fireplaces, custom hardware, a sunken living room creating intimate space for family and guests to gather, and so much more. The galley kitchen is delicious in design, with a bank of windows brightening your creative space, and a wonderful breakfast bar for starting the day with the family, as well, for entertaining ease. The bedroom’s custom built-ins are artful in design and function. The home’s primary bedroom with fireplace will entice leisurely slumber. envision restoring this “Home as Art” into the 21st century. Set in the lush landscape of the Whippoorwill neighborhood, and moments from the charming Armonk hamlet with its restaurants, quaint shops and a DeCiccos market.