Architect Sharon Davis Builds Herself an Eco-Retreat Next to an Historic Upstate Road

06 May of 2015 by

one moment please…Garrison, NY, United States+ Expand- collapseThe Old Albany Post Road is a 6.6-mile historic supply route in Philipstown, New York and one of the oldest unpaved roads still in use. One of the most charming places through which it winds is a hamlet called Garrison, where NYC-based architect Sharon Davis has had a house for more than 20 years. The visionary first bought the 70-acre plot to protect its land from developers, but ended up building herself a new home that is both cozy and modern, as well as an homage to the historic nature of the old road. Standing between 70 acres […]

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