This extraordinary modern residence is located at 161 Hickory Kingdom Road in Bedford, NY. It was designed by award winning architects Ogawa & Depardon. The spacious 13,000+ square foot home boasts an entrance court with reflecting pool and koi pond, 5 bedrooms, 7.5 bathrooms, modern kitchen, large family room with built-in fireplace, huge great room with doubled sided fireplace and wall of windows, outdoor lap pool, and much much more. It is listed at $9,500,000. I love how the home is split into two wings, which separates the private and public spaces. The open floor plan is perfect for large scale entertaining. What do you guys think?

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  • Marcus

    It looks good with snow as a background.




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  • Daniel

    It could be 120 degrees outside and that house would still be freezing on the inside. Good luck getting rid of the echoes…




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  • Barney

    EXQUISITE in every way……especially in a HUGELY expensive zip-code/expensive town like Bedford! Even though there’s just two of us and the Dog, if I had the cash, I’d put in a respectable bid on this place…….GORGEOUS. And Daniel……..BELIEVE ME, Buddy….this place has such incredibly futuristic, efficient and effective EVERYthing, including windows, heating & cooling systems that you’d NEVER be either too hot OR cold….guaranteed. Not for THAT price! And as far as the echoes go, when whomever moves in, it’s not gonna’ stay totally empty like in the pics. Furniture, rugs, & decor of all kinds would take care of that, pronto.




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    • Daniel

      Ha! I didn’t mean literally. Well, maybe I did. I am a fan of contemporary homes, just not the kind that resemble a warehouse. And the snow in the pictures certainly doesn’t help to warm up the home or the decor. Better off being built down here in South Florida 😉




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  • Nalin

    this is a much more usable contemporary house than the one I posted haha




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  • george

    ugly!….sorry, there is no other word that explains it better…this is “ghetto- school-style mansion”




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  • Barney

    Again, Eye Yi Yi, George! “GHETTO-school-style-mansion” ?!?! LOL…..I know everyone of us is completely entitled to our opinion, but Yeow and HOW!? Really? Ghetto style? I don’t mean at all to be nasty or insulting, but your specific choice of descriptive leads people to believe that you are clearly uneducated about the internationally recognized standards of architectural styles, which I’m sure you’re not. How ’bout extremely too cold, industrial, or commercial?




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  • george

    hey barney, i am not an international expert of architectural styles, so please don`t blame me for not writing in this style-:) i only try to express my opinion in some words…it`s only hobby and passion, so don`t take it too serious-:)

    YES, it`s extremley cold, industrial and it looks very cheap to me…i mean i prefer living in a tent than in such a “home”…there is no creativity, no ideas, nothing at all, only a few walls of glass or wood.




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  • Stewie

    I think one of the reasons it looks so cold is because there’s snow outside, i.e. its located in a colder geographical area. If this was built in Southern California or Florida I would really dig it, but here, it just doesn’t work for me




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  • george

    no, the snow outside is not the problem…sorry guys, but it LOOKS like a $ 30 000 container…




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  • Kyle

    IMO it is hideous, although I disdain much “modern” design for architecture. Some modern homes I like, but most I think are terrible.




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  • Barney

    Grrrrrowler and I think it’s Beautiful (which it IS 🙂 but, classic contemporary appeals to surprisingly few, unfortunately. I LOVE it.




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