Taghkanic House by Thomas Phifer and Partners

By • Apr 4, 2011 •  Selected Work 

This award-winning 8,800 square foot home in Taghkanic, in the art of the historic Hudson Valley, New York, was designed by New York-based architectural firm Thomas Phifer and Partners.

Completed in 2002, this residence has won several awards in the following year, culminating in the AIA National Honor Award in 2004.

A 1,800 square foot pavilion, built mainly of glass and steel, surveys the landscape.

A 7,000 square foot substructure contains six bedrooms, six bathrooms, a study, a media room, the kitchen, the breakfast room, a wine cellar, a refrigerated cheese room, an indoor pool and a service area.

This part of the house, built into a hill, has ample illumination from windows at either end as well as skylights above.

The house sitting on a 350 acre lot, also offers a tennis court, a pond and an outdoor swimming pool.

Its owners have decided to move on and the home is on the market since last fall.

If you are interested, they ask $9,750,000.

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