Resting lightly on a ridge at the end of a long driveway overlooking hills and fields of the Hudson Valley, this exquisite 1800 sq.ft. pavilion designed by architect Tom Phifer, built mainly of glass and steel, surveys the landscape. A 7,000 sq.ft. substructure contains 6 bedrooms, study, media room, kitchen, breakfast room, wine cellar, refrigerated cheese room, indoor pool and service area. This part of the house, built into a hill, has ample illumination from windows at either end as well as skylights above. In the midst of 200 acres of farmland, the pavilion has 15 foot ceilings and dramatic views in all directions. Famed garden designer, Dan Kiley, created the landscape of ponds and plantings, clipped lawns and mowed fields. There is a tennis court, an outside pool, a bocce court, an organic vegetable garden and a three bedroom guest house of complementary architecture. In addition, a well-sited farm complex consisting of 3 well-proportioned barns, (2 are new, heated and with up to date mechanical systems) complete this very special and private domain. Also available @ $8,250,000 with an additional 150 acres and renovated farmhouse.