Sales launch at new 12-home community in the hills of the Hudson Valley, priced from $1.9M
Photos courtesy of Arcus
A new development consisting of 12 ground-up homes in the hills of the Hudson Valley launched this week. Dubbed Fox Hollow, the countryside community is located in Germantown, a quiet town along the east bank of the Hudson River about two hours north of New York City. Fox Hollow offers two styles of houses to choose from, a mid-century modern home or a Scandinavian-inspired residence, along with the ability for customized add-ons, like a heated saltwater gunite pool, screened pavilion, outdoor kitchen, and more. Homes, which could include up to 15 acres of land, start at $1,895,000.
Fox Hollow was designed and developed by Arcus, the team that developed projects like 150 Wooster in Soho, Wythe Lane Townhouses in Williamsburg, and 253 Pacific in Boerum Hill in New York City. The developer collaborated with Hudson-based landscape designer Wagner Hodgson on the lush outdoor spaces of each residence.
Buyers have two residence options: “Loft” or “Rift.” The six Loft residences are modernized mid-century modern-style homes, with clean simple lines and open floor plans. The great room features oversized windows, 16-foot ceilings, Radiata Pine ceilings, and exposed beams.
The homes measure 2,150 square feet and can fit three bedrooms, plus a den, and three baths. Each home also comes with a standalone carport with an optional electric car charger.
The six Rift homes are larger and inspired by Scandinavian architecture. The minimalist interiors feature white oak throughout all its finishes, lots of windows, and super tall ceilings. With four bedrooms+ den and three and a half baths, the residences boast 2,675 square feet of living space and an unfinished basement.
Customizable add-ons at all 12 homes include a heated gunite pool, blue stone pool patio, black stained siding, and outdoor kitchen. Some lots offer even more additional structures, including a “three-season screened pavilion, fully equipped outdoor kitchen, and a pool house with full bath, kitchenette, and sauna,” according to the website.
Fox Hollow is slated to begin closings in the spring of 2023. The Annabel Taylor Team at Four Seasons Sotheby’s International Realty is the exclusive sales and marketing agency for the project.
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Photos courtesy of Arcus