The Tao House in western Delaware County, NY offers a balanced interior, perfectly-poised on five acres of glorious land.
With a symmetrical 1,365-square-foot interior, this newly-built home is ultra-hip, but with best of intentions. It was constructed using no fossil fuels – an impressive feat in and of itself – and low-impact, sustainable materials, all the while never sacrificing stylish features like the Shou Sugi Ban (a Japanese technique of preserving wood by charring it with a flame) and corrugated metal siding.
Inside, the sleekness continues in the great room that occupies the center of the layout. The open kitchen is ideal for entertaining, and we wouldn’t mind seeing the view through the glass doors while we’re chopping onions.
On either side of the great room are the home’s two bedrooms, one of which is the primary suite with sliders that open onto a private side deck…
…as well bath/wet room with custom tiling, an open shower, and soaking tub.
Down the mod spiral staircase is the finished lower level…
…with polished concrete floors and double-doors that open into the backyard.
Spend time outdoors using the upper-level deck…
…or gather around the firepit under a night sky free of light pollution. Ever wonder what the stars look like out in western Delaware County? Now you can find out.
Think you’ll find balance at the Tao House? Find out more about 215 Cushetunk Drive, Narrowsburg, NY from Country House Realty.