Listed by Joan Frederick, Houlihan Lawrence
The most spectacular of the three fireplaces in this modern masterpiece is encased in granite, soars 30 feet up to the ceiling and has a 40” x 36” opening that is exposed to both the living room and dining room. The custom home offers unique spaces, including a cantilevered living room with floor-to-ceiling windows, and cool perks like a propane-powered generator and solar-panel system that allow for off-the-grid living.
Listed by Elizabeth Audet, Douglas Elliman
Built in 1902 by renowned architect Algernon S. Bell as the summer home of an heir to the Campbell’s Soup fortune and the daughter of a prominent Standard Oil VP, this Arts & Crafts stunner has eight fireplaces, including an exquisite inglenook in the den. Period architectural details abound, as do standout areas like a solarium, art studio, 2,000-bottle wine cellar, and heated outdoor pool with spa.
Listed by Aurora Tishelman and Carolyn Joy, Houlihan Lawrence
If you can tear your eyes away from the year-round panoramic Hudson River views, you’ll enjoy a crackling fire in the cozy great room’s floor-to-ceiling stacked-stone fireplace. This Contemporary has four total fireplaces, plus fine details, like custom millwork and cabinetry, a luxurious chef’s kitchen, and a master suite with bedroom, dressing room, and spa bathroom.
Listed by Nancy Steinberg, William Pitt Julia B. Fee Sotheby’s International Realty