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Our Dwell Home of the Day Is a New York House Inspired by Two Midcentury Icons


For those who wish they could reside inside the pages of Dwell, Dwell Homes provides a vetted selection of available real estate that shares our modern sensibility.

Upstate New York's Gefter-Press House, a single-story home inspired by Mies van der Rohe's Farnsworth House and Philip Johnson's Glass House, is currently on the market for $1,950,000. To schedule a showing, and discover more homes in your area, head to Dwell Homes.

Set on a 12.7 acre lot in the rolling forests of Columbia County, New York, the Gefter-Press House was designed by...
The three-bedroom, two-bathroom home forms a natural enclosure around a gravel courtyard, perfect for outdoor dining...
Floor-to-ceiling glass, which wraps the whole house, lets in tranquil views of the forest.
The kitchen features an array of modern appliances by brands such as Sub-Zero, Gaggenau, Miele, and Bosch.
In 2008, the Gefter-Press House was included in architectural historian Kenneth Frampton's American Masterworks: Houses...
Accessible by a winding gravel-and-dirt road, the 2,400-square-foot sanctuary feels deeply secluded, yet is only two...

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