A contemporary farmhouse in Westchester County that has been designed as a modern country retreat is currently asking $3.5 million. The home at 9 Post Office Road is located in Waccabuc, a hamlet in the town of Lewisboro. Constructed in 2018, the home successfully mixes a traditional wood siding exterior with sleek interiors and smart, energy-efficient finishes.
The home’s very open floor plan makes the space flexible to the owner’s needs. As you enter, you’re greeted by twin fireplaces and lots of natural light, thanks to the oversized floor-to-ceiling windows and doors that lead to the backyard and terrace.
From the entry room, the open-concept style continues into the kitchen and living areas. The kitchen utilizes open shelvings, honed stone countertops, and top-of-the-line appliances.
A great room with three windows and plenty of space provides even more room to lounge and nature watch. And like the rest of the home, there are hardwood floors, stunning vaulted ceilings, and large windows framed in black.
The tranquil master bedroom has a walk-in closet and direct access to the backyard. The room also boasts an elegant en-suite bath with a huge window and double vanity. There are also two additional bedrooms both with en-suite baths.
The home, which measures roughly 3,800 square feet, sits on three acres of land. In addition to a terrace perfect for huddling around a fire pit, the backyard also boasts an in-ground swimming pool and patio. There’s also a 19th-century barn on site.
Located near Lake Waccabuc, the property has easy access to the waterfront nature preserve, the Waccabuc Country Club, and over 4,000 acres of protected land in Lewisboro.
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