Our historic home, known in the architecture community as the Arthur Beckwith Home, was designed in 1959 by the architect William Kessler. Mr. Kessler worked closely with famed architect Minoru Yamasaki before starting his own firm in the 1950s. Originally photographed by famed photographer Balthazar Korab, the horseshoe driveway and striking sawtooth roofline, along with large glass rooms and high ceilings are ideal for your next photo, ad, or film shoot.
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