10 Bridge Creek Road

Gardiner, New York

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Listed by Jeff Serouya Lic. Assoc. R.E. Brkr, Westwood Metes & Bounds Realty, LTD
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Seven-time American Institute of Architects award winning architect Matthew Bialecki’s personal residence and garden, 10 Bridge Creek Road, is a modernist masterpiece of concrete, glass and oak wood timber. Built on massive board- formed concrete walls over 250 ft. long, the house is set perfectly into the banks of the pristine Bridge Creek and deftly combines mid-century glass architecture, fine Asian woodworking and a forested water garden into a stunningly beautiful environment. Considered by architects as one of the finest modernist homes in the Hudson Valley, it is a house that is a garden, achieving a transcendent merger of architecture and landscape. The earth-bermed sustainable house is set on 2.57 acres surrounded by over 400 acres of protected forest and farmland and features 3600 sf of open plan living space that is centered on a beautiful dining courtyard overlooking the creek. Two wings embrace the courtyard with 4 bedrooms/4 baths, 3 fireplaces, contemporary kitchen, family room, ample decks, porches and accessory spaces. Completely private and tranquil, yet only minutes from New Paltz and Thruway access, the house and garden create the perfect plan for entertaining and large family gatherings. Constructed primarily in 2000, the house has been meticulously maintained with all premium systems. More details of 10 Bridge Creek Road and the other architectural designs of Matthew Bialecki, AIA can be seen at www.bialeckiarchitects.com





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