It’s not often we get to describe a house as “totally tubular,” but when the British Knight high-top fits, you wear it.
Built in the late 1980s and inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright (according to the listing), this Monsey, NY brick-and-glass home is a visual wonder. A high-color scheme combined with sleek and angular natural wood accents are what stopped us in our tracks to take a closer look.
It wouldn’t be an 80s pad without a giant indoor planter…
…and this gourmet kitchen offers seemingly endless swathes of counter space.
And, speaking of space, the 8,010-square-foot interior is soaked in natural light, thanks to banks and walls of windows and sliders, plus soaring ceilings in every room.
Includes seven huge bedrooms with some serious 80s flare…
…plus five full baths with bold fixtures, custom tile work, and skylights.
A heated in-ground pool is the focal point of the courtyard-like backyard, which also comes with stone patios, gazebo, and balconies for catching some seriously bitchin’ views.
Monsey, NY is located about 20 minutes west of the west-of-Hudson River city of Nyack in Rockland County. Midtown Manhattan is about an hour south by 1988 Turbo Trans Am…regular cars are fine, too.
What do you think of this super-cool 1980s Contemporary house? See more of 15 Bartlett Road, Monsey from Mark 1 Real Estate.