Tour a $4.5M Geometric Marvel with Treehouse Vibes Nestled in Bedford Hills
On 12 wooded acres in Bedford Hills, part of the town of Bedford, New York, sits an eye-catching contemporary home. The circa-1983 residence is a retreat with tons of windows, yet the promise of total privacy. With magnificent nature views that enliven every interior space, it feels like a luxury treehouse and is asking $4.5 million.
The architecture is certainly unique, embracing geometry in unusual and alluring ways. Up a narrow flight of stairs to the front door, an angled skylight sits atop the front entrance. From there, the striking foyer opens up like a firework, with wooden beams sprawling on the ceiling from a fireplace.
Dressed in a rare cypress wood, the structures offer 3,401 square feet of interiors in total. The main home holds three bedrooms and three bathrooms across its two floors, each balancing cozy warmth and sleek modernity. Included also on the property is a guest house that comprises two additional bathrooms, fit for visitors who want to feel like they’re deep woods camping without the hassle of a tent.
Further amenities include a heated and detached three-car garage, a pool and separate spa, outdoor lounge spaces, and a sauna. Emerging up through the forest and close to many of Bedford’s hiking trails, the home can serve as a new owner’s very own nature sanctuary.
With trees and ponds as neighbors, plus a half-mile driveway, perhaps it’s the perfect find for a celebrity. Many high-profile figures have owned homes in Bedford in the past, from Glenn Close to Bruce Willis. Angela Kessel of Houlihan Lawrence holds this ultra-private and ultra-tranquil listing.