A Unique Hudson Valley Barn Residence Designed by Pietro Cicognani and Ann Kalla Asks $6M

Follow the Hudson River up from Manhattan and a quaint world of lush trees, farms, and quaint towns unfolds. Not to mention, incredible homes. Sunnyside Farm represents the Hudson Valley’s artistic yet pastoral vibe well. Set upon 103 acres, its exquisite barn residence is a modern take on countryside living now asking $5.995 million.

Born of artistry, the home was designed by architects Pietro Cicognani and Ann Kalla in 2004 in collaboration with the current sellers, prominent collector Kathleen Vuillet Augustine and gallerist Roland Augustine, co-owner of the New York gallery Luhring Augustine. What they made is something unique, inviting, and bright. The 4,415-square-foot residence takes inspiration from 19th-century Dutch and Belgian barns and also embraces the green landscape. Soaring windows and high ceilings help create airy interiors that mirror the effortless beauty of the surrounding land, where magical flower gardens and orchards await.

Yes, while the four-bedroom barn is a sight to behold, the gorgeous outdoor spaces are equally beguiling. From the bluestone terraces and covered porches to the gunite pool, a new owner can luxuriously entertain all summer with ease or retreat here for total privacy.

Listing agent James Augustine of Compass declined to comment, but you can get in touch to tour the one-of-a-kind home in Pine Plains, New York.