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Airy South Mountain Road Contemporary
US $699,000
Property features
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  • 4 bedrooms
  • 3 bathrooms
  • 41-50 Years Old
  • Dishwasher
  • Dryer
  • Range / Oven
  • Refrigerator
  • Washer
  • Area Hiking
  • Historic / Antique
  • None
  • Central A/C
  • Wood Siding
  • 1 Fireplace
  • Wood Burning Stove
  • Hardwood
  • Gas
Property description
Spectacular mid-century modern meets contemporary on South Mountain Road with easy walking access to 691-acre High Tor Park. Beautifully sited on 1.88 acres, this unique house features single level, open plan living and an airy master bedroom addition designed by renowned NY architect Lester Evan Tour in 2004. This well thought out master suite is angled slightly from the rest of the house to maximize the view of the hillside, and to create a garden courtyard in the rear niche where the structures join. Loft-like with large windows, the house arcs to the south, capturing the motion of the winter sun. Unique Scandinavian wood-burning stove, lots of storage both inside and out, raised garden beds, and a gazebo. South Mountain Road is a 4-mile long, winding country road lined with historic and imaginative houses, ancient stone walls, and wild wisteria; named for its location in relation to High Tor and Little Tor (the two highest peaks in the Hudson Palisades) and dating back before American Revolution. In the early 20th century, a group of celebrated artists and intellectuals discovered the road as a respite to NYC life, and that tradition continues to this day with celebrated photographers, composers, artists, and writers in residence. To some, the road is not a road, but a life-style; with people and gatherings as unique as the houses. Country living with wooded privacy, award-winning Clarkstown schools, nearby farm stands and gourmet markets — less than 30 miles to GW Bridge.

https://www.sothebysrealty.com/id/txl9gn
251 South Mountain Road, New City, New York, United States
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