These Architecturally Unique Wood-Clad Homes Offer Beauty and Comfort in Their Own Way
Both, built within 10 years of each other, are located within the Mahopac school district.
34 Center Road, Mahopac
|$624,999||3,172 sq ft||0.91 acre||4||2 full, 1 half||$16,000|
A beautiful contemporary on a quiet cul-de-sac, the property at 34 Center Road has a foyer that opens into a living room with a cathedral ceiling and a floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace. A family room upstairs is brightly lit with skylights. The house has four bedrooms with an abundance of storage space: In addition to its own closet, each bedroom has a walk-in storage area. The master bath is brand-new, and other baths are recently updated. Neutral colors and wood trim throughout the house allow for easy personalization. The kitchen, decorated in warm tones, opens onto a large deck for grilling and entertaining. In the warm months, take a dip in the in-ground pool.
23 Wilderness Trail, Carmel
|$699,999||2,705 sq ft||4.22 acres||3||3 full, 1 half||$23,000|
Contemporary in his own time, Frank Lloyd Wright began the Prairie architectural movement. The home at 23 Wilderness Trail in Carmel is architect Tasos Kokoris’ interpretation of Wright’s classic style, from the stacked rooflines to the columned, double-door entry. Inside, there’s 2,705 sq ft of living space, with three bedrooms, three and a half baths, and tons of light from huge windows, many of which have transoms above them. Porches and decks on multiple levels let you enjoy the four acres of surrounding woods. The setting is private, yet surprisingly close to Metro-North, shopping, and other amenities. It’s a true getaway that’s not too far from everyday conveniences.