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Perched high above the Hudson River with expansive views of the Hudson Valley sits this Frank-Lloyd Wright inspired cedar and stone estate. The property's 32 acres of forest and fauna borders federal land with access to the Appalachian trail and not only offers complete privacy, the panoramic views of the Hudson River which spans the Bear Mountain Bridge, West Point and the Shawagunk Mountains, are both breathtaking and inspiring. And then there's the home itself: rooms lined with floor to ceiling cedar, windows and glass; stone walls with charming niches; a chef's kitchen of bleached mahogany, stainless steel appliances and glass cabinetry with a sky lit ceiling; and a sunken living room with vaulted ceiling, stacked stone fireplace, built-ins and French doors to the magnificent patio and pool area with "the view." Divided into separate wings, the primary suite includes a cedar and stone full bath and bedroom with wall-to-wall stone fireplace, intricately designed cedar vaulted ceiling, built in cabinetry and a full wall of windows; while the guest wing includes 2 bedrooms and full bath, a study/family room with built-ins, surrounding windows and staircase to the observatory/office completely surrounded with windows and a bird's eye balcony. The lower level has a slightly different style, with wood walls in the bonus room designed as a ship's interior, bathroom and laundry room. Doors from this level also lead to the patio and pool area. Architected to match the main house is a one-room cottage with bathroom on the property as well, perfect for a studio or work from home quiet space. Garrison boasts many historic and garden estates, as well as cultural organizations. Home is just five minutes to Metro-North's Garrison station.