Built in 1968 when Mid-Century Modern Ranch homes dominated the landscape, this Garrison house was ahead of its time.
And, it remains a picture of modernity over 50 years later in 2019. Frank Lloyd Wright’s inspiration is on clear display here, thanks in part to its stream-side locale. Falling Water, Part 2, anyone?
The 2,032-square-foot, open-concept interior includes a great room with wood floors, 14-foot floor-to-ceiling windows, and a stone fireplace. It overlooks the stream through those walls of glass…
…and, on the pool level, an open family room, dining room, and chef’s kitchen. More panoramic views of the property are on display here, too…
You won’t miss out on those walls of glass by retiring to the master suite, which also comes with a fireplace and private deck…
…nor will you miss them in the other two bedrooms, one with a wood-burning fireplace and each with their own deck.
The heated, Gunite pool is nestled within a stone deck with ample, terraced seating for all of your grooviest soirees…
Finally, this slice of heaven is sitting on over ten acres of land abutting oodles of uninterrupted woodland, hidden from view from your neighbors and the main road. The hamlet of Garrison, NY is ten minutes south, along with the Metro-North station, Garrison Arts Center, Boscobel, and local hiking trails.
Does this Garrison house meld with your Mid-Century/Contemporary sensibilities? Find out more about 168 S. Mountain Pass, Garrison from North Country Sotheby’s.
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