Luxury, solitude and nature conspire on a Northern Westchester hilltop, where architect Myron Goldfinger melded modernist sensibilities with the timeless allure of a lakeside retreat to create a truly remarkable residence. Bordering 225 acres of nature preserve in Bedford, 635 Byram Lake Road is truly an immersive experience. Loft-like interiors wander freely through a flood of natural light, offering 8,500 square feet of living space that includes a Neff kitchen, rooftop stargazing observatory and 50′ great room with drop-down projection screen that unrolls over stealthily tinted floor-to-ceiling windows. Equally remarkable are the outdoor draws, including a pool with cabana, lighted tennis court and relaxing patio swings. Bright pastel Adirondack chairs frame a fire pit perched on a natural rock outcropping, one of several dotting the craggy hilltop above Byram Lake.
We dare you to push play and not be awestruck by this magnificent home.