$4.5M modern treehouse in Westchester is surrounded by woods, ponds, and a pool

Posted On Tue, June 14, 2022 By

Posted On Tue, June 14, 2022 By In Cool Listings, Upstate

All photos courtesy of Houlihan Lawrence

Situated on 12 acres in Bedford, New York this contemporary Westchester County estate at 270 Cantitoe Street is a unique forest retreat surrounded by nature and architecture inspired by it. Asking $4.5 million, the property is comprised of the main house, two guest houses, and a heated three-car garage. On the private grounds are a heated gunite pool and a spa/jacuzzi, and several ponds.

Up a winding drive, the main house is wrapped in glass and rare cypress wood. Stone walls, sunken patios, and wooded hills make up the grounds around it.

In the main house, the interiors are wrapped in the same cypress timber. The central living room has a vaulted cathedral ceiling with a skylight that offers views of the sky as well as the trees.

The space is anchored by a wood-framed modern fireplace. A timber-and-steel kitchen has everything needed to entertain and create.

Sweeping vistas viewable from every room make outdoor living and dining as simple as taking a few steps. Cozy interiors make forest life an all-season possibility.

Wake up in the woods in any of the home’s three bedrooms. Built-in storage is as seamless as it is bountiful, created from the same natural materials.

You can enjoy the grounds in endless ways, from the stunning 20-foot-by-60-foot gunite pool and sauna to adjacent walking and hiking trails. The property is comprised of three four-acre tax parcels.

Also present is a three-car heated detached garage with an electric vehicle charger. There’s also a 48 kW generator and a security system in place.

[Listing details: 270 Cantitoe Street by Angela Kessel of Houlihan Lawrence]


All photos courtesy of Houlihan Lawrence

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