This 1990s Contemporary mansion in West Park, Ulster County will make you say, “Oh snap!”…
From the decade that brought us Clueless and chain wallets also comes this extremely dope 12,980-square-foot dwelling on-the-market for $5.9 million. Glass walls offer 360-degree views of the Hudson River and Dutchess County on the other side, and there’s hardly a luxury missing from this property. Includes gardens, water features, and tennis court outside; indoor pool, sauna, 6 bedrooms, and 8 baths within.
Like a Grecian palace shimmering on the shores of the Aegean Sea, this house was designed by architect Norman Jaffe who was known for his sculpture-esque beach houses in the Hamptons, and, indeed, we can picture this house right at home in Bridgehampton. What’s also interesting is that this house in West Park was built in 1993, the year that Norman Jaffe died, which would have made it one of the renowned architect’s final works.
The 20-acre property sits south of Kingston city in Ulster County, just under 2 hours from NYC. Close to New Paltz, Poughkeepsie, Newburgh, and the Catskills Mountains.
Do you find this 1990s Contemporary mansion hella cool? Check out 1981 Broadway, West Park, on Sotheby’s.