Briarcliff Manor home designed by UN, Rockefeller Center architect is on the market

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A Briarcliff Manor home designed by renowned architect Wallace Harrison — who was instrumental in designing the United Nations headquarters, Rockefeller Center and Lincoln Center — is on the market for $1.35 million, LoHud reported. Harrison finished work on the historic four-bedroom, four-bathroom house on Long Hill Road in 1939. The 4,352-square-foot home built of fieldstone and stucco was purchased by its current owners in 2001 and has “lots of original features, including two 50-foot corridors, circular windows and doors and a charming circular staircase made of bamboo,” according to the outlet. It also sits on 4.5 acres of lawn and greenery.Houlihan Lawrence brokers Tina Messina and Sharon Bodnar Briskman have the listing. [LoHud]

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