Mid-Century Modern Homes For Sale in the Lower Hudson Valley – Irvington, Dobbs Ferry, Hastings on Hudson, Tarrytown, and other Westchester County Properties

Featured Properties

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    70 Conant Valley Road, Pound Ridge, NY
    $2,299,00
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    12 Seely Place, Scarsdale, NY 10583
    $2,495,000
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    202 Hermits Road, Irvington,
    NY
    List Price: $2,000,000
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    15 Sherwood Road, Pound Ridge, NY
    List Price: $1,200,000
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    257 Sarles Street, Bedford Corners, NY
    List price: $2,450,000
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    107 South Highland Road, Garrison, NY
    List Price: $4,750,000

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  • Discover Mies van der Rohe's Barcelona, MR20, and Brno chairs
  • . . . design aesthetic that is characterized by simplicity, openness, and sensitivity to site and nature.
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  • Frank Lloyd Wright’s revolutionary idea of building decentralized, affordable communities in harmony with nature led to the celebrated “Usonian” house.
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