This exquisite sprawling 9,358 sq. ft. lakefront estate was designed by one of I. M. Pei’s students. With its clean rectangular lines and curved outer walls, it is a wonder of modern architecture set in a verdant corner of Westchester County, New York.
In a neighborhood of spectacular villas and gardens, this property stands out for its placement by the water, ultra modern composition, peaceful atmosphere, and stellar execution. Displaying architect Vuko Tashkovich’s signature vaulted ceilings and roofs, the estate is set atop a stone wall, which provides space for the terraces that surround a large part of the house. Seemingly made entirely of white columns and glass, the effect is to make the border between the outside and the inside disappear.
Once owned by William Rubin, the Museum of Modern Art’s curator, this custom-made, five-bedroom, six-bathroom house boasts an open floor plan and floor-to-ceiling windows that illuminate the airy interiors. Its long white walls create ideal surfaces for hanging paintings. Besides the spacious living space, there is a formal dining room, an eat-in kitchen with wooden cabinets, an office, a conference room, and a wine cellar. It also boasts a saltwater pool with a spa and a sauna, and a beautifully landscaped garden with patios, terraces, as well as a boat ramp on Mallard Lake, which the property abuts. Parking is available in a two-car garage.
Interior: 9,358 sq. ft, plot: 3.5 acres
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