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Sunday, January 16, 2011

Hidden Plainfield: Country Club view?


This exceptional contemporary commands a view.


This interesting Plainfield contemporary could come with a country club view.

Though 'contemporaries' of this stature are relatively rare in the Queen City, this one sits regally overlooking quite a view.

Do you know where it is?

Answer tomorrow.


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3 comments:

Anonymous said...

This is by Milt Campbell Field off of St. Nicholas Blvd.

Anonymous said...

A few weeks ago, you featured a lovely brick and half timber house at the corner of Mayfair and Glenwood which had been on my paper route. The house pictured today was at the opposite end of my paper route, if memory serves me correctly. It was painted beige in the late 1960's and its modern style was quite a contrast to the traditional Sleepy Hollow homes I was used to. My guess is that it is on Crabapple Lane, third house from the end. But there are a few other modern houses along Woodland Avenue like that one. My memory may not be what it used to be.

EJ said...

I believe I remember this house from my paper route when I was 15 (How times have changed in 30 yrs!) I believe is on Short Hills Lane off Woodland Av. I remembered you could see the skyline of NYC on a clear day from the back yard of the house.