Thursday, May 21, 2009

Hex-traordinary House

Built in 1963, this hexagonal concoction in the Mount Airy section of Croton still looks cutting-edge and way cool. A cross between a dome, a tent, and a Stealth bomber, this 3,000 square foot, 4 bedroom abode certainly packs a punch. There's loads of glass, wood, and interesting angles and spaces. The home is beautifully set on 1.1 acres of woods and boasts a free-form pool. The $19,805 tax bill isn't cheap, but this is definitely a one-of-a-kind house—and the asking price seems like a steal to me. $729,900
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Anonymous said...

It's Darth Vader's helmet!

I think it's very cool, but in the photos the interior actually looks rather dark, the views obstructed by the big overhangs.

Northern Westchester Home said...

"It's Darth Vader's helmet!"

I knew there was a Star Wars reference in there! I just couldn't place it!