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Mid Century Modern Residence / Charles Winter


Built in 1968, the 375-square-metre four-bed-four-bath was designed by local architect Charles J Winter and used as his home and studio. Winter also designed many residences in Rockland County in the Bauhaus style.

Combining multiple levels, double-height sections, mezzanines, floor-to-ceiling windows, an open floor plan, and Japanese elements like Shoji doors, the bright and dynamic space exists in harmony with the surrounding landscaping while framing views of the Hudson River. Dark beams contrast with the white ceilings, while red-painted geometric nooks call to mind a Mondrian painting.

Located at 16 Shadyside Avenue just 40km from New York City, the property is offered at $819,000 — via Curbed

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