“I remember picking up the July 2010 issue of Architectural Digest. ‘Cher's New Hollywood Home’ was supposed to be the big story. I began flipping through the glossy pages until this house caught my eye. Needless to say, my jaw dropped.
“Mr. Mackin and Mr. Platt both approached the library in such an inventive manner. The ceiling is unexpected (and brilliant), and the furnishings are current and classic at the same time.”
I don't mean to insult Cher, but this collaboration by Mackin Architects and Campion Platt stole the show. ‘The residence is in the Shingle Style, with a touch of Colonial Revival symmetry and porch detailing.’ It overlooks one-hundred acres of land in the scenic Hudson Valley. And every aspect of this home is truly exceptional.”