8 Ledgewood Lane, Briarcliff Manor
Sited on a privately set cul-de-sac, this unassuming mid-century modern stimulates the senses. Upon arrival, note the architectural Inverted Truss Roofs allowing a distinct aesthetic presence and creating a dynamic interior. Built with organic materials, the natural cedar walls soar upward meeting clerestory windows further enhancing spaces full of natural light. A dramatic multi leveled stone center core reaches upwards connecting the marvelous open floor plan. For intimate occasions, the raised family room is inviting and overlooks a beautiful treed setting. The kitchen was smartly positioned for summer fun by seamlessly serving the outdoor entertaining patio through its own glass sliding doors. Thoughtfully integrated into the homes organic theme are masonry planters reflective of Frank Lloyd Wright’s exploration of nature as a theme in architecture and decorative elements. This distinctive contemporary with a nod to modernist contemporaries like FLW creates a peaceful haven.