Waterfront estate of former Museum of Modern Art's master curator, William Rubin
- Desirable lakefront with dock - Custom-built five-bedroom home - Oversized indoor swimming pool
Situated directly on beautiful Mallard Lake, this 9,358 sq. ft. home is nothing short of spectacular. Designed by I.M. Pei protégé Vuko Tashkovich, the house is ultra modern in its design and is infused with his signature overlay of curved vaults and clean rectangular lines enhanced by walls of glass. Oversized windows in all the principal rooms allow the light to flood in, while also offering magnificent panoramic views of the carefully curated and manicured grounds.
Introduced with a breathtaking architectural statement of a stone wall abutting a white-columned edifice of cantilevered glass, the home is further enhanced by an additional white domed wing, again defined by glass to bring the outdoors in. The entry intersects the two higher-elevation structures to provide a welcoming portal to the home.
Sited on approximately three and a half acres, the five-bedroom, six-bath home is defined by open floor plans and airy spaces. A custom indoor saltwater pool with spa and sauna is the perfect place to unwind, while a spacious patio and terraced lawn areas are ideal for entertaining on both large and intimate scales. Decks of blue stone lead one's eye to the hues of the lake beyond. Further highlights include a magnificent formal dining room, a sunny eat-in kitchen, an attached studio with office and conference room, a wine cellar, a two-car garage, and a private dock. This one-of-a-kind home, in the choice location of Westchester County and just a short drive from New York City, offers a superior village-like lifestyle, surrounded by natural splendor.