This reimagined family home is built on the foundation of a historic lakefront camp in the Hudson River Valley of New York. The camp was comprised of seven independent structures that were taken down prior to the renovation, the four new buildings on the site were built in the footprints of the original structures on the picturesque estate.
Consisting of a large timber frame main house, yoga studio, boat house, and two-bedroom guest house, the one-of-a-kind property has plenty of room for friends and family to gather. Located on the very end of the lake where the water hooks around into the surrounding woodlands, the camp is a serene and private place perfect for quiet contemplation and meaningful conversations.
“Utilizing heavy timber structures was the first set of design criteria that the clients wanted, and any time a timber frame project comes up we always try to work with New Energy Works first. It is just a better product, the installation is great, and the whole staff is very professional.”
Mike Maggio Project Manager Hudson Design