There is so much more to New York than the world famous tourist hotspots of the Empire State Building and Fifth Avenue shopping
Bess Freedman, CEO of Brown Harris Stevens explains: “New York State is unique because it offers something for everyone: luxury oceanfront properties in the Hamptons, mountain and lakeside estates in the Catskills and Hudson Valley, and of course the most spectacular urban living in New York City. There are diverse luxury lifestyles within a relatively short distance and that’s why people often buy primary and second residences within New York State.”
Pamela Liebman is President and CEO of The Corcoran Group, told us that luxury enclaves can be found all across New York State – “New York City is the cultural capital of the United States, and Manhattan’s ‘Wall Street’ has become a synonym for high finance. Many noteworthy people in banking, media, technology, and the arts make their home here. In addition to the city’s status as an employment hub, the world’s wealthy are also attracted to New York State due to the lifestyle it offers. From the soaring skyscrapers of New York City, to Long Island’s beaches, to the mountains and lakes – the state offers an endless array of landscapes and opportunities for recreation.”
Bess Freedman says that New York City itself has always been a popular destination for luxury homebuyers because it’s a major cultural and commercial centre. Buyers from all over the world put down roots and take advantage of all the City has to offer.
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Premier beachfront abode
Reigning over 2.55 acres, 115 Beach Lane commands more than 230ft of beachfront, framed by both the Atlantic Ocean and the fields of the fabled Beach Lane. The property offers over 11,000 sq. ft. on four separate, but cohesive, tiers of living space. Masterfully built by Mayfair Construction, the stucco and teak residence has been furnished and accessorised by Julia Roth Designs. Barnes Coy Architects has created a highly unique residence comprised of three connected pavilions offering six bedrooms and ten and a half bathrooms. The home’s impressive façade mixes opaque surfaces of teak, stucco, granite, and zinc alternating with transparent swathes of tempered glass.
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