127 Forest Glen Road, New Paltz
Simply stunning. That is the only way to describe this magnificent home and the views. The house so perfectly blends into the landscape with stone and timber frame construction elements that it is a breathtaking experience upon entering the front door to see the panoramic view of the Shawangunks, Millbrook Riidge and Bonticou Crag. The living space, with vaulted ceiling and wall of glass, so perfectly frames the entire ridgeline, with Sky Top Tower above Mohonk as the centerpoint that it feels as though you’re inside a camera’s lens. Built in 2004 by architect Matthew Bialecki, the house seamlessly affords the best of entertaining, dining and living, within and without. Only minutes from New Paltz, this three bedroom home is perfectly sized and landscaped for enjoyment and ease of maintenance. The open floor plan of the living, dining and kitchen spaces with a massive conglomerate stone fireplace mirroring the conglomerate cliffs and Sky Top Tower, just begs for the gathering of family and friends, turning every day into a celebration. The master suite, situated on the Eastern side of the home, offers a full walk in closet with master bath, while the two other bedrooms are opposite the living space on the Western side and feature a full bath as well. A large two car garage stands alone. The property itself is on a flat plateau completely segregated from the noise and light pollution of our modern world. Driving onto the property affords one the sense of leaving behind all the worries and constraints of the day to simply be at one with nature. From the movement of the clouds to the wildlife that frolics about, there is always something to enjoy at every moment of the day from this home and its 57 acres of land.
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