Hudson River views abound at this six-acre Garrison estate, designed by a Frank Lloyd Wright disciple

Posted On Tue, September 3, 2019 By

Posted On Tue, September 3, 2019 By In Cool Listings, Upstate

Listing images courtesy of Houlihan Lawrence

Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright’s disciple Edgar Tafel—who earned his chops working on some of Wright’s most famous properties, including Fallingwater—this nearly 4,000-square-foot residence in Garrison is beautifully sited on six acres and comes with sweeping views of the Hudson River. Mid-century modern details prevail inside while the “zen-like” landscape design includes a free-form pool and whirlpool hot tub nestled among sculpted rock outcroppings. The Putnam County property is now on the market for a cool $3.55 million.

Floor-to-ceiling window walls throughout the home frame idyllic views of the River and surrounding landscapes. Stonework and wood-paneled walls define the home’s material palette and bring more of the outdoors in.

The panoramic views continue in the home’s five bedrooms.

There are multiple fireplaces throughout the home, framed by stone masonry walls. One of the highlights is a “Kyoto-inspired” screened-in terrace, complete with a massive outdoor fireplace and stone floors.

Landscape designer Burton Demarche designed the lush gardens, which have a woodsy feel with multiple stone terraces and a luxurious pool set against a background of stone outcroppings with water cascading down. If that’s not enough, there’s a swoon-worthy hot tub directly overlooking the Hudson River. The property also includes a guesthouse.

A private road brings you to the tucked-away property but you’ll still be close to a train and everything the Hudson Highlands area has to offer, including hiking trails, golfing, and proximity to Storm King.

[Listing: 63 Lovell Lane by Julian H. Paik of Houlihan Lawrence]


Listing images courtesy of Houlihan Lawrence

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