242, 305, 312 RUGBY ROAD, Beverley Square West

T. B. Ackerson, ca. 1900

Number 242 was designed in the Shingle Style with arched porch openings and a polygonal onion-shaped tower. Number 305 was built for a female member of the Guggenheim family, and number 312 was once the home of composer and film producer Arthur Schwartz, who was famous for his Broadway and film music of the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s.