This 1950s glass house in Newburgh, NY offers views of the Hudson River from the best seat in the house.
Designed by architect-of-note Philip Johnson, this house was a bit ahead of its time when it was built in the 1950s. In fact, Johnson designed this house just after he finished his famous Glass House in New Canaan, CT in 1949, back when walls of glass hadn’t quite yet become midcentury modern mainstays.
The Newburgh glass house offers over 4,000 square feet of interior space made even larger by enormous windows in every room, including the home’s three bedrooms and two full baths. A floor-to-ceiling brick fireplace separates the living room from the indoor dining room, which, in turn, opens onto a large outdoor deck.
On the other side of the glass wall from the deck is a master bedroom with huge closets and its own access to the balcony via sliding doors.
Large windows are included in the galley-style kitchen, as well.
The ground level offers a trellised stone patio overlooking the rolling 1.5-acre property covered in lush green grass and trees.
Are you adoring the panoramic Hudson River views from the this sunlit glass home? Find out more about 624 River Road, Newburgh, NY from RE/MAX.