Charles Forberg, Architect

New York State
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This architectural waterfront jewel is a restrained study in angles and light designed by architect Charles Forberg, son-in-law of Walter Gropius, founder of The Bauhaus School. A sensation of tranquility immediately envelops you upon entering this one acre property positioned for ultimate privacy with it’s wooded, natural landscape. Ascending the graceful curved drive you are greeted with a floating structure that reflects the ambiance of an island experience, having water on two sides. A place for retreat, reprise, play and home with architecture as art seldom found, not often experienced.
Dramatic waterfront architectural home in desirable Rye location. Light-filled, Japanese diamond themed design. Original architectural plan set accompanies property. All original architectural details in exceptional condition. Expansive decks with private dock. Modern European, eat-in kitchen. Two-sided waterview private setting. Lower level glass. Office/media room. Curved drive and stone motorcourt.

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