Luxury Outlook 2022
An ambitious exploration into high-end residential markets across the globe.
Single Family Homes
Modern Farmhouse, exciting new construction just completed in the bucolic Snedens Landing historic district, close to the Hudson River, nestled between hundreds of acres of parkland and only 25 minutes to Manhattan! This modish, new age home is defined by its tall ceilings, 8ft doors and an abundance of light that comes through its many windows from morning to afternoon. Its clean and simple lines, allows the buyer to define the space with their own style and art. Alluring, 5,700sqft. of crisp, clean lines on two levels and 2,000sqft additional in lower level with windows, wetbar and potential home theater. Top of the line finishes. 5' red oak floor boards throughout, broad moldings and wood panel doors. Arclinea, Italian brand kitchen ( Madison Ave. show room) with Miele and Sub-Zero appliances, Carrera marble and quartzite counters - create the perfect recipe for culinary arts and entertainment. Beautiful, stylish, baths. Three fireplaces: living room features large fire box with gas starter set against light/white granite surround/wall in leather finish; large/very wide gas fireplace in master, designed with place for TV above and in lower level fireplace is set in 260 year old pine mantel (that came from historic home in Snedens Landing). Second level designed with separate two room suite accessed from secondary staircase off back door for privacy and possible extended family living; and optional first or second floor master. Plenty of room for an inground pool; have design. Premium outdoor entertainment area/grill, etc., with granite counter on large bluestone patio with large pergola. Feel comforted by living in a 400 year old neighborhood, with very little traffic (only one main road in and out of Snedens); and Highland Ave is on a sleepy dead end street too). One acre property is flat and includes wooded area in rear. Nothing Compares To The Modern Farmhouse in Snedens Landing.
The Hudson Valley is defined as the valley of the Hudson River and its adjacent communities, from New York City north to Albany and Troy. The area is divided into three regions: lower, mid and upper Hudson Valley.