A geometric-shaped home that had been owned by the late museum curator William Rubin is back on the market at a significant discount.
Rubin, who was the Museum of Modern Art’s curator, and his wife, art historian Phyillis Hattis, previously owned the Westchester County home.
The 9,358-square-foot property was designed by Vuko Tashkovich, who worked with famed modernist architect I.M. Pei. It includes some uniquely-shaped spaces in the four bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms. The 3.4-acre property includes a dock and 300 feet of waterfront, according to the Post. There are also gardens on the grounds. [NYP]