How can something be small yet expansive? Easy. Simply make it out of glass and put it on 4.7 acres of gorgeous mid-Hudson Valley land. Voilà! Such is the case with this c.1963 tiny glass house in Rhinebeck, Dutchess County. With nearly 360 degree views of the property, this diminutive house (724 square feet, 2 beds/1 bath) is all about bringing the outdoors inside to help make it feel oh so much more spacious.
We love that the Glass Pavilion, as it’s called, has a Mid-Mod feel shrunk down to a smaller size, and the living room wood stove must keep this place toasty-warm in the wintertime. Perks include hardwood floors, Viking gas range in the kitchen, and washer/dryer on the first level. Exterior could use a new paint job. Located minutes from Rhinebeck village and 10 minutes from the Rhinecliff Amtrak station.
42 Crow Hill Lane, Rhinebeck (Houlihan Lawrence)