This crown jewel has put itself right at the top of my career list of great personal accomplishments. This ultra luxury custom home named the Bedford located in an exclusive New York gated subdivision called Greystone on Hudson overlooks the Hudson River. This location were we built this magnificent custom home was the original location of the great Greystone Castle which was built in the mid 1800’s as part of Millionaires’ Row during New York’s Gilded Age.
The Bedford is one of two a very unique ultra custom mansions because of their size and the fact that they were actually designed and built as a modular homes. From start to finish we were able to complete this home in less than two years. A great accomplishment by the entire team, no doubt. A short list of the impressive amenities that makes this mansion such a quality home are…
Here are the specifications…
20,742 Sq Ft Residence * Care Taker Suite
8 en-suite Bedrooms * Custom Laundry Room
800 sq ft Hers Walkin Closet * Executive Office/Library
10 Bathrooms * Formal Dining Room
36 Rooms * Formal Sitting Room
Radiant Floor Heating * Family Room 26’ Ceilings
5 Fireplaces * Exterior Summer Kitchen
3 Stall Garage * Wine Cellar
14 Seat Home Theater * Workout / Yoga Room
Rock Climbing Wall * Indoor Basketball Court
The Bedford sits hillside overlooking the Hudson River, Tappan Zee Bridge and Palisades Hills and the most impressive attribute of this ultra custom mansion is the fact that ALL of the grey granite stone used throughout the home, inside and out, was quarried directly from the property, hand cut and hand crafted on-site by full time stone masons. I have such high respect for these guys and to this day revere their dedication, hard work and expert skills.
Building a custom luxury mansion style home of this magnitude takes not only an immense amount of coordination backed by a large pool of highly skilled professionals but it requires seasoned builders with great perseverance and vision. This is truly a magnificent home that I will be forever proud of and being a major part of its development. Enjoy the pictures and if you have any questions please send them and I will do my best to get them answered.