For those of you looking for a unique home, your listing has arrived.
This contemporary shelter was designed by architect Daniel Schwartzman and built in 1958. It has four bedrooms and is perched on a waterfront .34-acre lot in Sea Cliff. The 3,200-square-foot house is all about the views, with floor-to-ceiling windows maximizing the sights.
Terry Sciubba from Sherlock Homes Realty Corp. says Schwartzman was known for his waterfront home designs.
While the house is 52 years old, it was clearly ahead of its time. Some unusual characteristics for a home built in that era are the 3.5 bathrooms (must’ve been viewed as extravagant), central air conditioning (no window units for this gem) and the cypress paneled walls (they look as current as anything put up today).
Remarkably, the home has never been available before this week, and has remained in the family since it was built. The current owner was 17 years old when his parents built the home. Today he's in his 70s and ready to move on. The list price is $1,899,000, and total taxes are $16,382.