Here’s a voluminous interior, just what you’d expect from a Contemporary A-Frame, and killer sunset views, to boot…
In case you missed it here, and here, and here, we’re in and around Rhinebeck, Rhinecliff, and Red Hook this week. The northern Dutchess County locale is the perfect place to go if you’re looking for a country setting with access to public transportation, charming villages, arts, culture, good food, and outdoor recreation on the Hudson River.
The town of Red Hook is northwest of Rhinebeck village, and the town – where Red Hook village is located – is rural in nature, surrounded by farms and rolling, pastoral views. It’s an ideal refuge away from the hustle/bustle, and so is this A-frame house on over six acres of land.
Let’s a take peek inside the 1,912 square foot interior, with cathedral ceilings, lots of big windows, and a spacious, open loft. Also comes with a full-wall stone fireplace and a wood stove to keep it comfortable in the winter. Floors are a mix of hard wood and stone tile.
In addition to the second-floor loft, the house comes with two bedrooms and a master suite on the first floor.
We think, however, you’re going to want to spend most of your time out on the large, western-exposure deck, where you can watch the sun set over the trees. And, you’ll be able to do so in total privacy.
Do you dream of an A-Frame Contemporary in a rural northern Dutchess County setting? Find out more about 296 Milan Hill Road, Red Hook from Houlihan Lawrence.
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