Artistic and architectural provenance meet in this prized Bauhaus-inspired residence delivering mesmerizing Manhattan views in Weehawken's desirable Kings Bluff section. Home to American jazz legends, European nobility and an Austrian film director, the property seeks a discerning steward to usher it into its next era of greatness. Nestled on a secluded cliffside cul-de-sac, the home while architecturally important, is in need of repair and conveys with the award-winning modernist architect's original blueprints. The home was built in 1947 for a Viennese filmmaker and acquired in 1958 by its second owner, Baroness Pannonica Rothschild de Koenigswarter, a renowned jazz patroness. The property quickly became a celebrated gathering place for musicians and an integral entry into the American jazz canon, immortalized in songs, books and articles. Wrapped in unrivaled multimillion-dollar views, this prestigious part of American history is available for the first time in 60 years.