This Bucolic 80-Acre Cornwall Property Can Be Yours for $5.95M
New to the market is the made-to-look-old Cornwall house that Hudson Furniture founder Barlas Baylar built, with every square inch finessed to reflect the company’s sophisticated, sculptural aesthetic. The Wall Street Journal reports Baylar invested $7 million in the house on 80 bucolic acres, enhancing it with such awesome amenities as a 500-year-old mantel from a French chateau; a walk-in fireplace in the kitchen; lighting fixtures crafted from pipes he rusted with acid and buried in the ground for an aged patina; and reclaimed barnboards used for flooring. On the grounds, you’ll find a pretty pool and spa, miles of hiking trails and a lit tennis court. Joseph Lorino of Klemm Real Estate in Washington Depot lists the property for $5.95 million. 917-340-0431.
Contact: Joseph Lorino at Klemm Real Estate, klemmrealestate.com
An ornate fireplace anchors the living room.
The eat-in kitchen features a grand fireplace and pizza oven.
A peek at the dining room.
Exposed wood beams in the master bedroom add a rustic element.