Designed by renowned Quaker architect Paul Cope, this well-maintained mid-century modern home in Stamford, NY is defined by simple beauty, clean lines, functionality, and one-level living. The architect’s designs – including this home – are archived at the University of Pennsylvania.
Three bedroom, two and a half bathroom mid-century modern home built in 1973 | 2,542 square foot home on 11.20 acres | Ample natural light from expansive windows and cathedral ceilings | Cozy living room with impressive bluestone fireplace | Primary bedroom with ensuite featuring Jacuzzi tub, double vanity sink, and shower | Cedar deck | Heated in-ground pool | 2-car garage | Breathtaking west-facing views | Property bordering 60 acres of NYC DEP-protected Forever Wild Forest | Asking $725,000
Listed by Jeffrey Ashton at Coldwell Banker Timberland Properties. For showings or inquiries, contact 973-650-0035 or email email@example.com.
From the front door, enter into the multi-tiered living room, with a natural flow between indoor and outdoor spaces thanks to its large windows and sliding doors that lead to its large cedar deck. The multi-tiered living and dining area provides versatility and architectural interest in this one-level home, while expansive windows strategically frame captivating western vistas – treating breathtaking sunsets. This design choice not only accentuates the scenic beauty of the surrounding landscape, but also floods the interiors with ample natural light, year-round.
Exploring the residence, find three bedrooms total, along with two and a half bathrooms. The home’s primary suite has an ensuite, equipped with a jacuzzi tub with stunning mountain views, double sink vanity, plus a separate shower. Two additional bedrooms share an additional full bathroom, with a half bathroom located conveniently near the kitchen.
Photographs by Franz Edlinger
Distinguishing features of this property encompass a spacious bluestone fireplace, oak flooring, charming tongue and groove cedar ceilings, and a 16×40 heated in-ground swimming pool. A fenced yard ensures both security and privacy, while Pella Windows and three A/C heat pumps contribute to comfort and energy efficiency. The inclusion of a two-car garage adds an extra layer of convenience to the property.
Situated in close proximity to 60 acres of NYC DEP-protected wilderness and flanked by Conservation land on the opposite side of the street, the home guarantees perpetual seclusion. Its exemplary upkeep renders it ready for immediate occupancy. The property is in a prime location, just minutes away from the enchanting Catskill Mountain village of Stamford. Relish convenient access to a variety of amenities including dining, shopping, skiing, golfing, hiking, and much more. The property’s approximate 2.5-hour commute from the GWB (George Washington Bridge) underscores its accessibility. This offering epitomizes the dramatic beauty of the Catskills at its finest.
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