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Large Beautiful House from the 1960s in Westchester, New York

By • Apr 6, 2017

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This wonderful home, with an area of 2574 square feet and located in Westchester County, New York, USA, was designed in 1969 by Roy Johnson.

The exteriors are truly wonderful, and we can see a perfectly fitted terrace with BBQ area and furniture, extensive garden areas for outdoor activities, and a beautiful swimming pool with a waterfall that looks tempting.

The walls are comprised of stone, wood, and glass. All three materials come together in a truly harmonious combination.

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Exterior view
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Outdoor recreation areas
Terrace with barbecue and furniture
Stone, wood and glass walls
Swimming pool with waterfall

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Inside, we’ll find a spacious and bright interior where we can enjoy the wonderful landscapes, courtesy of its glass walls.

The living room with leather sofas and brick fireplace create a cozy and warm atmosphere.

Living room with glass wall and views
Living room with sofas in brown leather

The kitchen is large and bright, containing glass walls and windows. Here, we’ll find the perfect space to try new dishes and share a family breakfast.

Large wooden kitchen with breakfast room (breakfast nook)

The dining room is decorated with elegant furniture, as well as natural flowers that give it a very personal and intimate touch.

Elegant dining room with natural flowers
Wooden stairs

Wooden stairs that rise next to glass walls take us to the different levels of the home. Once upstairs, we’ll find the bedrooms. Each space reflects a different personality and style.

Bedroom with wood floors
Bedroom with details in the wall
Bedroom with views
Bathroom with bathtub
Gym

At night, the view of the house from the outside is magical. It is definitely a wonderful building.

Night view of the house

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