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Glass-and-stone midcentury on 5 acres asks $2.3M outside NYC

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Originally built in 1957 and updated since

Photo of block glass-walled home on rocky, foresty site with firepit in foreground.
Walls of glass take in gorgeous woodland views.
Photos via Houlihan Lawrence

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Location: Pound Ridge, New York

Price: $2,299,000

A sprawling glass-walled midcentury modern home has come back on the market in Pound Ridge in Westchester, New York. Originally built in 1957, the 5,474-square-foot residence appears to have been completely updated as far as the interiors go. But its dramatic open spaces, glazed expanses, and blocky construction remain intact.

The glass, steel, and stone house sits on over five acres of private woodlands, scenes of which are framed from giant floor-to-ceiling windows on nearly every side of the structure. On the ground floor are an open-plan living and dining area, an adjoining gourmet kitchen, the master suite and bath, plus two additional bedrooms, a bath, and a media room with a bar and fireplace in the opposite wing.

A vast, glass-walled studio that opens onto a roof terrace is found upstairs, where there’s also a gym and a bathroom, bringing the count of total bedrooms and baths to four each.

Surrounding the home are incredible rock gardens, a saltwater pool and hot tub on a large stone terrace, a koi pond, and gorgeous forest landscaping. If this piques your interest, the property at 70 Conant Valley Road is offered at $2.3 million.

Via: Houlihan Lawrence (h/t Midcentury Hudson Valley)