Soothe your busy mind by taking a tour of this Rhinebeck Minimalist home designed by the Rhinebeck-based firm the art of building.
For those who love a Mid-Century Modern house like we do, this house is kind of like hitting the mother lode of our favorite mid-mod features. It’s Spartan but warm and inviting, filled with light and clean lines, with a dramatic stone fireplace as the focal point of the living room. And, best of all, it comes with walls of windows, allowing the home’s secluded, natural surroundings to serve as decor.
The house’s birth year might be 1975, but the updated interior is up-to-the-minute, including the cutting-edge kitchen with Meile appliances, two Blanco sinks, and quartz counter tops.
Only two colors make up the 3,000-square-foot interior’s scheme, black and soft white, with wood, stone, and slate tile accents to fill out the palate with warm earth tones.
Includes five bedrooms and four baths, each outfitted with spa-like fixtures…
…and, in addition to the main house, the property comes with a guest house that once served as a five-car garage. The main house’s original windows were re-used in the guest house, along with other salvaged materials, earning it the moniker “Frankenhouse” in the home’s listing.
The loft-like interior includes 10-foot ceilings, polished concrete floors, central air conditioning, Morso wood stove, gourmet kitchen, and two bedrooms.
Located less than three miles from Rhinebeck village, and also convenient to the Rhinecliff Amtrak station, the Taconic State Parkway, the Omega Institute, Ferncliff Forest, Poet’s Walk, Bard College, and the Kingston-Rhinecliff Bridge.
Feeling soothed by this Rhinebeck Minimalist home? Find out more about 3461 Route 9G, Rhinebeck, NY here.