This iconic Mid-Century modern landmark, designed and built by architect Richard Babcock for his own family in 1961, has been painstakingly curated and is now offered to the market for only the second time. Set on a secluded, .4 acre lot in close-in South Tyrol, this home is surrounded by woodland perennial gardens and enjoys sun-dappled views framed by generous walls of glass. The open living area has pleasant garden vistas and opens to a delightful, cantilevered screen porch as well as a private terrace with views toward South Tyrol Park. Exposed structural elements, original, period lighting fixtures as well as updated recessed lighting are set off by polished terrazzo floors. The kitchen has been completely updated with black granite, rebuilt custom cabinets, and commercial stainless appliances and features a convenient breakfast bar perched at the window. This fine example of Mid Century residential design, to be featured in a forthcoming book by a local architectural historian (November 2015), represents a singular opportunity to own a significant work.