Having a house that is located on an unusually steep site right next to a public garden comes with a unique set of challenges. But designing such a house becomes even more difficult when the owners wish to enjoy unabated views of the city skyline while maintaining a decent level of privacy.
Sitting above and occupying a small sloping site the uses smart architectural solutions to overcome the structural conundrums that it faces while keeping the aesthetics of the home intact. Designed by Craig Steely Architecture the trendy house is built on a which also serves as a spacious garage.
This three-bedroom house designed with dramatic flair by Fougeron Architecture taps into the wonderful natural surroundings the landscape and of course the mighty Pacific to offer you a visual spectacle that you will never forget!
An outdoor dining area extends the living space beyond the walls of the house and a refreshing pool adds to the appeal of the breezy backyard. The master suite and additional bedrooms are housed on the top level of the home while a stunning geometric staircase in black becomes the focal point of the renovated residence.
Spread across three different levels each floor of the house opens up to the lovely backyard and genuinely seems like a natural extension of the previous level. The ground floor features a home gym spa game room laundry and the nanny quarters. The first level houses the master bedroom and bath along with two other bedrooms and the guest rooms. A terrace hot tub accessible through the master suite adds to the opulence of the home.
And this exclusive located fifty four floors high takes this to a whole new level as it offers panoramic views of the Statue of Liberty the horizon over Long Island and the whole of Central Park! Combining sophisticated and stylish interiors with the inimitable backdrop outside this penthouse crafted by Turett Collaborative Architects is indeed a dream home for anyone who loves the
This stylish private residence was designed by McLeod Bovell Modern Houses to capitalize as much as possible on the lovely view outside. While the street façade of the house offers ample privacy its rear opens up to the backyard and the ocean thanks to the extensive use of sliding glass doors and windows.