1190 Chestnut Ridge Road, Washington
West View is reached by a tree-lined driveway, ensuring utmost privacy, overlooking the Hudson Valley and the Catskill Mountains beyond. Built to specification by renowned AD100 architect, Gil Schafer, in collaboration with Miles Redd's interior design, and Warren Byrd's landscaping, West View is a Greek Revival masterpiece with no detail left unattended. As featured in Elle Decor, this home represents the pinnacle of Neoclassical design. The gallery features a magnificently detailed spiral staircase, highlighted by the Chris Pearson hand-painted walls and double height ceilings, and offers a vista through the 36'X24' Great Room and beyond the massive porch to the exceptional view. The Great Room features 11' plus ceilings, two wood-burning fireplaces, and access to both the porch and a large scale wet bar which leads to the kitchen. The kitchen features only the best appliances, a dual-pantry, high hand-hewn beamed ceilings, and plenty of space to lounge and entertain. This area is connected by a heated breezeway leading to private guest quarters featuring two bedrooms en suite and ample sitting room. The kitchen and dining area have access to the masterfully landscaped pool. In the west wing, separate from the public spaces, there is a paneled library with fireplace, and the master bedroom suite, replete with two dressing rooms, and luxurious bathrooms. The master suite overlooks the western view, and a magnificent English garden. Upstairs, there are two additional bedrooms each with bathroom en suite, sitting area, and a discrete breakfast bar. Any serious buyer would be remiss to overlook this true Millbrook masterpiece. 48 hour notice required for accompanied showings.
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