This New York home perched next to a 60-foot waterfall on the Landsman Kill River was recently a real estate feature in Architectural Digest is now for sale at $8.995 million. Similar to Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater, the contemporary home is suspended over the river’s cascading water and sharp rock formations framed by trees, sky and water. The home’s ceiling-to-floor walls of glass capture the crashing waterfall from the privacy of the home’s 26 wooded acres.
Just a short drive into the historical real estate village of Rhinebeck, the home was built in 1985 and comprises four wood-framed, copper-roofed pavilions connected by a series of covered walkways. The main residence is at the water’s edge with an open-plan kitchen, dining room and living room with sliding doors that open to the falls and the river. The main house includes a master suite, two additional bedrooms, home theater and a number of other Wright similarities with flat and pagoda style roof lines, overhangs, extensive use of wood and built-ins. Also on the property are a two-story artist’s studio, a two-bedroom guest house and a picturesque suspension bridge over the New York river. Overall living space totals six bedrooms, seven baths within 6,500 square feet with stunning views in all seasons.
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Contemporary glass house at the edge of Landsman Kill River waterfall opening to the Hudson River just minutes from Rhinebeck Village in New York state is a prime piece of New York real estate. Priced at $8.995 million.
Photos: Houlihan Lawrence Sotheby’s