Home of the Week: Timeless Elegance in Purchase, NY

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Take a peek inside this private oasis that features an authentic Japanese Tea House on its very own pond.

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In our newest ‘Home of the Week‘ we move from a modern property in Montana to a custom European style home in Purchase, New York.

Sitting on over 2 acres of professionally landscaped grounds you’ll find this elegant and timeless 7,780 square foot home. Above all else, a commitment to sophistication and tranquility are the hallmarks of this $2,599,000 gem.

Everything about this estate is first class – from french doors you see in nearly every room that invite inspiring views from one-of-a-kind gardens, to the harmonious blend of old world luxury and modern amenities. 19 foot great rooms, limestone fireplaces and grand staircases give off a decidedly relaxing atmosphere to the interior, but it doesn’t stop at the front door.

The zen-like outdoor space flanked by waterfalls, wild grasses, specimen plantings and sculptures make this a welcomed retreat from the hustle of the big city. The breathtaking private yard is highlighted by an authentic Japanese Tea House resting comfortably on what the current homeowner calls “Serenity Pond”. When you’ve enjoyed your fill of herbal tea and meditation, this home is located just 35 minutes away from all the excitement and entertainment that New York City offers.

Click here to learn more about this home listed by Debra Padawer with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.

Senior Manager, Content & Multimedia at Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC. In his role he manages content strategy and execution across several platforms. He’s held other roles within the Marketing Department ranging from Previews & Product Development to the day to day management of the coldwellbanker.com redesign. Besides being a marketer, Gustavo is a filmmaker, musician and writer.

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