Located in the upstate wilderness of Armonk in Westchester County, this 13.5-acre estate is as cool as it is unusual. Asking $3 million, the property includes a nine-acre private lake, a 5,500-square-foot mid-century-modern home built in 1959, and a private windmill, all just 45 minutes from New York City.
The 5,500-square-foot house that anchors the property was originally built in 1959. In 2002, it was rebuilt and expanded by noted architect Alexander Gorlin.
Custom-designed creative and architectural elements can be found throughout. The sprawling modern home was built in a “u” shape that includes a well-stocked home gym and a massive master suite with separate bathtub and shower and a huge walk-in-closet. An eat-in kitchen features top-of-the-line appliances offset by an industrial red concrete floor.
The home’s shape allows for many rooms to be facing the lake, making the home feel like it’s tucked into a secluded private park.
The surrounding grounds are equally impressive. A large slate stone terrace, lake cabana, and dock stand out among acres of rolling greenery, woods and gardens–and that private windmill.
Located along the Connecticut border, the estate is near the towns of Greenwich, Armonk and White Plains.
[Listing: 14 Spruce Hill Road by William D’Ambrosio and Al Vanacoro for Better Homes & Gardens Rand Realty]
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Images courtesy of Better Homes & Gardens Rand Realty.
Tags : 14 Spruce Hill Road
Neighborhoods : Armonk,Westchester