A Pristine Midcentury With Soaring Walls of Glass Seeks $1.8M in New York

Set an hour north of Manhattan, the towering home was designed by local architect Arthur Minner.
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Location: 19 Cedarlawn Road, Irvington, New York

Price: $1,849,000

Architect: Arthur Minner

Year Built: 1970

Footprint: 3,300 square feet (three bedrooms, two-and-a-half baths)

Lot Size: 0.16 acres

From the Agent: "Experience this modern turnkey gem with expansive rooms, tall ceilings, and Hudson River sunsets, designed by noted local architect Arthur Minner in a Bauhaus flair. Architecture buffs will love the home’s unique, two-tower layout and midcentury details, including floating oak staircases and walls of glass that bring nature in. A recent whole-home renovation delivered a light-flooded kitchen with high-end appliances and sleek custom cabinetry, a spa-like primary bathroom, large built-in closets, and additional floor-to-ceiling windows throughout the home."

The home features spacious living areas, all of which are bathed in warm natural light.

At the opposite end of the living room is a floor-to-ceiling bespoke cabinet, which can also double as a wet bar for entertaining.

Refinished hardwoods complements the home’s crisp white walls and ceilings.

Each of the residence’s three bedrooms features tall ceilings and extensive glazing.

A glass-enclosed dining area overlooking the home's forested lot awaits on the top level.

19 Cedarlawn Road in Irvington, New York, is currently listed for $1,849,000 by Dalia Valdes of Julia B. Fee Sotheby's International Realty.

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