This contemporary mid-century modern home was built by well known architect, Milton Klein in 1965. Klein highlights the classic elements of the style with its brick exterior, low pitched pebble roof and front courtyard. The courtyard looks into the oversized and sunken living room and blurs the lines between the indoor and outdoor spaces. Floor-to-ceiling windows, high ceilings and an open concept living and dining room create an airy and spacious feeling. Additional mid-century design elements include oversized travertine tiles, an asymmetrical brick wall dedicated to the fireplace and hearth with additional built-in seating, along with a tucked around the corner "madmen" style bar. The open concept two level main living space is separated by a long, low, built-in credenza style buffet. The 1st floor primary bedroom is well apportioned with an adjoining den/office or nursery. This fabulous and pristine mid-century home is a true gem from the period waiting for its revival.