The $1.8M Hudson Valley Residence Is in Concord With Nature

A 1970 residence often called Birchwood is a contemporary marvel that sits between a 500-acre park and the Hudson River in New York.

The asymmetrical, 3,600-square-foot home is wedged right into a wooded mountainside. It has had no fewer than three architects engaged on it over time. It’s absolutely restored and accessible for $1,850.000. The house final modified arms in 2015 for $1,350,000.

“Every put their stamp on the home,” says itemizing agent Richard Ellis. “Specifically, the primary and final architect actually made it what it’s at present.”



Architectural components

The unique architect was Charles Winter, recognized for constructing geometric properties in pure settings. The Nyack, NY, residence’s open-concept structure and the way in which the design flows throughout the dwelling’s many ranges are staples of Winter’s model.

Within the Eighties, the second architect added extra pure components to deal with, together with arduous surfaces in a wide range of wooden finishes resembling bamboo, teak, white oak, and tree bark. Industrial components of stone, concrete, metal, and stainless-steel are discovered within the kitchen and luxe baths.

The third and ultimate architect, Dominick Pillar, labored with the house owners to renovate and put together the three-bedroom, two-bath home on the market.

Front room


Lofted sitting space


Eating room




Bed room




One of many first belongings you discover when strolling by means of the entrance doorways is the view—mountain and river vistas from every window.

The third-acre lot additionally presents a non-public backyard with customized stonework and 4 spacious, sunny decks.

The structure has an important room with a wood-burning hearth, a number of sitting areas, a proper eating house, an off-the-cuff eating space, and an outside eating deck.

Different options embrace a two-car storage, fitness center, and an workplace.

The house owners not too long ago up to date the outside to incorporate an enlarged driveway and parking space; a bluestone knee wall; and a snow-activated, heated driveway.

“The riverfront villages of Nyack and Piermont, with gourmand eating places and loads of outlets, are inside a five-minute drive of the property,” notes Ellis.

The house’s Decrease Hudson Valley locale is simply 35 minutes from New York Metropolis.