Minutes from the storybook village of Rhinebeck exist what is ostensibly among the most unique homes every built in the Hudson Valley. Sequestered into 26 acres of natural serenity, the zenlike architectural landmark spans a 60 foot waterfall on Landsman Kill, consisting of four structures interconnected by covered walkways. Wood, stone and glass, inviting a flood of natural light, defines an organic modernism that transcends every square foot of the house, tracked to the rejuvenating soundtrack of falling water. Living spaces frame spectacular views onto the river below—even the spa master bath, complete with built-in bookshelves above the soaking tub. Walking paths, aquatic gardens and footbridges tame a private preserve for pensive strolls, perfect for finding inspiration to ultimately land in the home's spacious creative studio.
It's not difficult to see why this surreal offering is truly a once in a lifetime opportunity.