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Authentic Balinese Pavilions Packed Up, Moved to Upstate N.Y.

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Location: Tillson, N.Y.
Price: $599,000
The Skinny: Just two hours north of Manhattan lies a tiny piece of Bali, a group of four wooden pavilions that once stood on the tropical island nation and were disassembled, shipped around the world, and rebuilt in upstate N.Y. Completed on this site in 1995, the compound has just two beds and 2.5 baths, but sits on nearly four acres of land, with a swimming pond out front. To soothe those worried that the architecture of tropical Bali wouldn't translate well to frequently frigid New York, the brokerbabble cites central air and radiant heated floors. Listed for $599K, this would make an offbeat summer home for a design-oriented couple unwilling to regularly make the 24 hour trek to the tiny tropical paradise.
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