Instagram favourite Sleeve House is back on the market – this time asking $2.275m.
The striking Hudson Valley home was designed by architect Adam Dayem in 2017 (when we first featured it) and is named for its unique profile, which sees a smaller volume ‘sleeved’ by a larger one to create a mix of private and shared spaces.
From a distance, the three-bedroom Ancram home looks a bit like the bellows of an old-fashioned camera, emphasised by its black Accoya timber facade (charred using the Japanese technique of Shou sugi ban to achieve a weather-proof, monochrome look.)
If the exterior is rugged and rural, the interiors offer soft brutalism via smooth cast concrete, which dominates the living room, kitchen and public spaces. (Textiles and carpets have been employed to soften the aesthetic in the more private areas, like the white-walled bedrooms and home studio.)
Verdant views of the Catskill and Taconic mountains – and the New York property’s 45.2 acres of lush natural meadows and woodland – can also be enjoyed across the home. It’s for sale via Four Seasons Sotheby’s International Realty and is 20 minutes from Hudson and two hours’ drive from New York.