Moby's House House Hunting Atomic Ranch

House hunting just got easier! Chances are high that the name Moby rings a bell (if not, his full name is Richard Melville Hall and he is a famed American musician and music producer). Earlier today he posted on Facebook sharing the listing for his stunning Pound Ridge, New York home. The 1957 David Henken home is a true midcentury dream!

Musician Moby Selling Midcentury House Atomic Ranch

Motivated to Sell

From his Facebook page:

“Ok, this might seem odd..I have a beautiful house in Pound Ridge, NY. It was designed in 1957 by David Henken, an architect who worked closely with Frank Lloyd Wright. It’s one of the most beautiful mcm houses I’ve seen, but to be honest, I’m rarely there. So, I’m going to sell it and take the money to: support progressive political candidates, support my animal rights foundation, produce documentaries, and fund scholarships.”

Moby then links to the Trulia listing. He also posted about the home on his Instagram.

 

Moby's House House Hunting Atomic Ranch

In Case You’re House Hunting…

This listing is still fresh, so if you want to snag a midcentury dream home while supporting Moby’s dream, here are the specs:

  • Single-Family Home
  • 2 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • Built in 1956
  • 7 days on Trulia
  • 1.92 acres lot size
  • 3,162 sqft
  • $411/sqft
  • 366 views

Moby's House House Hunting Atomic Ranch

According to the listing:

“The Salem Road residence is the quintessential country getaway. The residence, spectacularly nestled in its private setting, overlooks scenic gardens, pool and woodlands. A classic Mid-Century Modern, the original structure was built in 1956. It has been carefully restored preserving the defining elements of the true modern style. Designed by David Henken, a disciple of Frank Lloyd Wright, it was and built by renowned local builder Vito Fosella. With 3162 square feet of living space, the structure houses eight main rooms on two levels. Interior spaces are stunning. Rooms are perfectly proportioned and positioned to capture light and views. With a soothing urbane aesthetic, natural materials were incorporated into the design. Slate and wood floors, seamless mahogany paneling and ceilings, mitered glass windows and three fireplaces add architectural interest.”

Moby's House House Hunting Atomic Ranch