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Mallard Lake Estate – $5,900,000

Mallard Lake Estate – $5,900,000

Mallard Lake Estate – $5,900,000
December 02
15:34 2014

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Mallard Lake Estate

45 Mallard Lake Road, Pound Ridge, New York, United States, 10576

Effortlessly melded in the hillside overlooking Mallard Lake, this dynamic residence, designed by master architect Vuko Tashkovich, is serenely set on the bank of Mallard Lake.

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Its inspired architecture takes full advantage of the very private woodland lake setting and offers a retreat- like ambience, serene water vistas, and a rare sense of seclusion.

Infused with an elegant, cool beauty, the sophisticated property delights with easy, livable spaces and an expansive, light-filled environment with massive glass walls.

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The living room has a soaring fireplace of stone, and a dining room that lifts into the tree tops. A dazzling glass-enclosed pool and solarium with lounging area offers a seamless transition between inside and out.

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A modern glass studio adds an additional 3332 square feet of expansive entertaining space to this perfect retreat.

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Price: $6,900,000 $5,900,000
House Size: 7,874 Sq. Ft.
Lot Size: 4 Acres
Bedrooms: 5
Bathrooms: 8 Full
Specialty Items: Built in 1989, Designed by Master Architect Vuko Tashkovich, Overlooking Mallard Lake, Private Woodland Setting, Water Vistas, 3,332 Sq. Ft. of Entertaining Space, Indoor Pool.
Address: 45 Mallard Lake Road, Pound Ridge, New York, United States, 10576
Listing Agent: Janice Bergstein of Houlihan Lawrence

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Houlihan Lawrence

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