A Kinderhook, New York house that was built in 2007 has been put on the market. Located 20 miles south of Albany, the small town features scenic views and a quaint center village, The New York Times reported.
Built by a former designer who worked on showrooms for fashion and department stores, the house features all of the latest technologies that adhere to modern style while offering practical solutions to everyday problems, according to the news source.
The exterior of the residence was made to look like a barn, complete with a sliding door and metal roof that features crisscrossed wooden planks. Inside of the house, the living and dining area are complete with modern fixtures and appliances along with floating walls and large windows, reported the Times.
Other rooms include specific designs, as the master bedroom and bathroom are complete with modern lighting, walls and a radiant heating system that was installed throughout the floor, according to the news source.
Radiant heating systems can provide a comfortable heat without compromising aesthetic value, as the technology eliminates the need for radiators and heating ducts while giving the house a silent source of warmth.