Finished in 1914 for Francis F. Palmer by Delano and Aldrich, the house was later added onto to form a complex. The house was bought in 1917 by George F Baker and Jenrette named the house after him. It still is Jenrette's home base in NYC with the carriage house (where he formerly lived) as offices for his historic foundation, the Classical American Homes Preservation Trust.
Floorplans show the very organized layout to the townhouse.
Read more about the house and the full compound of buildings at Daytonian in Manhattan.
All images from the book Adventures with Old Houses by Richard Hampton Jenrette featuring photographs by John M Hall and not my own.