If being surrounded by birch, fir, oak, and spruce, while regularly running into wildlife, including hawks, turkeys, foxes, deer, and bears is your thing, then the Shokan House may provide the ideal living experience for you.
Located near the Catskill Mountains and the Ashokan reservoir is this upstate oasis that offers views of the surrounding greenery, mountains, and reservoir.
There’s 6,000-square-feet of space found in the multi-level residence, which boasts multiple bedrooms, a library, and a garage space that can hold multiple cars.
A living room, a dining room, a kitchen, a fireplace, an entrance hall, a stone terrace, and a herb garden are also found throughout this spacious, hidden gem.
The exterior is built of mostly reflective glass, while the interior of the home features materials such as steel, glass, concrete, ceramic, and walnut. Several pieces of furniture, the stairwell, and the cabinets
A pond and a half mile of gravel road are also on the property.
Architect Jay Bargmann designed the Shokan House for he and his family.
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