Located on 75 acres in Columbia County is a beautiful residence that draws from its landscape and the local design. The House In Hudson Valley takes cues from the landscape, inspired by the local design structure while offering plenty of modern appeal. The home consists of three structures. There is the main house, a barn, and a guest house. The structure is made from two intersecting volumes. The main home features a large garage, guest bedrooms, and a playroom, all situated in a rectangular unit.
The shingle-clad, gabled form features the main living area along with the family bedrooms. The units can be closed off from one another, offering more privacy. However, leaving the areas open creates a more open, airy retreat. The house features a clean, white palette, though the screened-in porch is lined in wood. This unique feature provides a rustic warmth that coexists with the surroundings flawlessly.
The home’s floor-to-ceiling windows offer unrivaled views of the valley and also open to a stone terrace and infinity-edge pool. The dwelling is a prime example of a rustic, contemporary blend that seamlessly combines the two for something incredibly unique.
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Photos via Michael Biondo / Rangr Studio