For architectural history buffs, outdoor enthusiasts or those simply looking for an amazing escape, 108 High Ridge Road in Pound Ridge offers all that and more in one unbeatable package.
Located in bucolic Pound Ridge, this four bedroom, seven bathroom home sits on 10 picturesque acres. “As you enter the property, it’s immediately evident that the land is amazing – the ponds, the gently rolling lawns and stone walls foster feelings of peace and tranquility,” said Mary Leonard, the listing agent from Park Sterling Realty.
Inside, the homeowner will find a combination of luxury and comfortable livability. The 5,500 sq. ft. main house is comprised of a first floor master bedroom wing and an open concept living room with fireplace, dining room and kitchen designed for cooking enthusiasts. The glass doors and floor to ceiling windows throughout the home provide seamless indoor/outdoor living space perfect for private enjoyment or public entertaining.
In addition to offering uncompromising luxury and privacy, this home boasts a unique place in architectural history. Victor Christ-Janer, the home’s architect, along with the famously progressive Harvard Five network of architects – which included the world-renowned Phillip Johnson – helped define the modernist architectural movement in nearby New Canaan. “Many of these modernist homes, including 108 High Ridge, were carefully designed to provide the owner a lifestyle that integrates the home with its outdoor environment,” said Leonard.
The location of this home makes it convenient by plane – Westchester County Airport is less than 20 minutes away – train and car. “It’s perfect for those buyers looking to escape from the city and enjoy a conveniently located country retreat – it’s a complete vacation within an hour of Manhattan,” said Leonard. “And as an added bonus, the separate carriage house can be rented, allowing the owner an affordable luxury lifestyle – the rental income can be used to cover most of the homes’ expenses!”
For more information or to view 108 High Ridge Road, contact Mary Leonard at Leonard@ParkSterlingRealty.com or (914) 656-2618.