In the heart of the New York forest, two hours from Manhattan, a luxury property signed Aston Martin and S3 Architecture will see the light of day, for a purchase price of 7.7 million dollars.
Yacht, supercar, speedboat, motorbike, penthouse… Aston Martin never stops rolling on its flower beds. The British car manufacturer has unveiled a new project, this time real estate, developed in partnership with the firm S3 Architecture. The idea? Imagine dream homes to match its prized cars. The two companies then imagined a magnificent residence nestled in the Hudson Valley, two hours from Manhattan (New York). Dubbed "Sylvan Rock", the villa is spread over an area of 783 square meters, set in the heart of a wooded area of 22 hectares.
Inside: four bedrooms and as many bathrooms. Entrance is from the lower level, so that guests can gaze at the cars parked in the garage. Once inside, visitors discover a lounge with its bar and tailor-made wine cellar, a large dining room and a classic kitchen. But the property also has a swimming pool, a pool house, a sauna and a jacuzzi, to relax, in the middle of this beautiful nature. However, a house is not enough. So Aston Martin and S3 Architecture have planned three outbuildings, carefully distributed over the land, but also a tree house on which is hung a hammock to sleep under the stars. These three "pods" were designed as multifunctional spaces, able to accommodate guests, or serve as office space or fitness rooms.
Keeping Aston Martin's vision
The architects have done everything to ensure that the property is hidden in its natural environment. “The roof line mimics the jagged edges of the rock ledge that descends into the land, as if the house was born and stood out from the landscape,” describes Christopher Dierig of S3 Architecture agency. “Creating a luxury residence with warm textures, bold shapes and exceptional privacy is very much in line with Aston Martin's vision,” said Cathal Loughnane, Head of Partnerships at Aston Martin.
The luxury property is currently under construction and will be listed for $ 7.7 million by the luxury real estate agency, Corcoran Country Living.
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