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Located in picturesque Armonk, New York, this modernist estate promises peace, tranquility and great design. Built in 1955 by Frank Lloyd Wright’s protégé, Edgar Tafel, 9 Fox Run was designed alongside natural rock formations and sits on 6 lush, wooded acres. It’s currently on the market for $2,875,000.
The home was recently renovated and modernized by a prominent New York designer and architect. But fear not—the designer was careful not to strip away the home’s Mid Mod charm. Instead, the renovation reimagines the estate for the 21st century, while still maintaining the home’s integrity and connection with its surroundings.
And those stunning surroundings really seal the deal on this one-of-a-kind place. In true Mid Century Modern fashion, the home emphasizes indoor/outdoor living throughout. Its expansive windows and patios invite the homeowner to embrace the wooded wonderland that sits outside their door.
Look Inside Fox Run
9 Fox Run is listed by Brian Milton at Compass. The home features 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms and contains 3,327 sq. ft. Learn more about this modernist oasis by checking out its listing.
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