In a city celebrated for architectural treasures, there are standouts. 2711 Abercorn is one of those important homes, designed by renowned architect Henrik Wallin. Sited on 5 original lots of the new Ardsley Park neighborhood in 1911, everything about the Mediterranean-style “Casa de Rosa” speaks to prominence, presence, and substance. The thick masonry walls, a rare finished basement, the classic public rooms wrapped with a magnificent porch, and floor-to-ceiling windows that capture the beautiful coastal light in the late afternoon are some of the extraordinary features. The structure is capped with a fully restored slate roof. The ample 6761 square feet includes the laundry space in the walk-in attic, but not the 770 square feet of workshop, storage and wine cellar in the basement. While this location is central to everything, the house and gardens are designed to be a sanctuary apart from the busy world, artfully combining public and private spaces. Total = .38 acres in 2 Parcels.