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’70s weekend home built by developer John Tishman asks $1.3M

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Airier than it looks from the outside

White house set against green grass Photos by Anthony Acocella courtesy of Ginnel Real Estate

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Location: North Castle, New York

Price: $1,295,000

Groovy new item on the market: A 1978 home originally built by skyline-altering American developer John Tishman, who was responsible for the likes of the World Trade Center in New York City and the John Hancock Building in Chicago.

Conceived as a weekend retreat, the 3,900-square-foot home comprises five bedrooms, four bathrooms, and over five verdant acres.

The main living areas are defined by a true open plan, soaring ceilings, stone floors, and full walls of windows, which help bring in the woodsy surrounding landscape. Other details of note include a floating staircase, wood paneling, and a stone fireplace that acts as the centerpiece of the main living space.

Intrigued? The property, located at 147 Mianus River Road, is now on the market for $1.3M.