Dreaming of living life like you're in an elegant painting?
Then this 6.5-acre parcel in Nyack on the Hudson River with 723-ft of shoreline whose view was painted by local artist Edward Hopper should offer just the setting.
On the market for only $6.9 million, this trophy property is located on the spot where the British came onshore during the Revolutionary War - which is documented in a letter to George Washington.
One of the largest privately owned parcels on the west side of the Hudson, the home features five bedrooms, three baths, and 30-foot ceilings with walls of glass. Other amenities include a dock, pool, sandy beach and extreme privacy.
And, you won't have to buy any artwork, just stare out the window.
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