An Upstate New York Escape Designed by Thomas Juul-Hansen

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Location: Barryville, New York

Price: $1,100,000

Danish designer Thomas Juul-Hansen has been on a tear lately. He's been doing up the interiors for Neil Denari's HL23 and winning the contract for 135 apartments in Extell's 90-story Carnegie 57, both in New York City. His former Tribeca loft, with much of his design intact, is on the rental market for $5,800 per month. And now, a tranquil rural retreat he designed in upstate New York is up for sale for $1,100,000. The three-bedroom, three-bath contemporary measures 3,400 square feet and sits alone atop a treed promontory with views of the Delaware River below. The interiors are classic Juul-Hansen, with clean lines, minimal furnishings, and some seriously outsized fixtures. Let there be light.

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