This untouched Art Moderne/Art Deco home is filled with original detail and is a once in a lifetime opportunity for period purists. It is truly as if you are stepping into a 1941 time capsule or onto a movie set depicting the era. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this residence was built by Harry Wardman's chief architect, Mihran Mesrobian, for his own family. Among Mesrobian's other notable designs are the Hay-Adams Hotel and Sedgwick Gardens. Never before offered for sale, and still held by the family, this residence sits on a 10,800 square foot lot that is enclosed by a detailed brick and block wall and a gated drive. If you are an Art Moderne/Art Deco afficianado, you absolutely must not miss this house.