Recently completed by New York City based architect Drew Lang is an upscale reinterpretation of modern cabin design in a community wide setting.  Situated on 131 acres of wooded Catskill Mountain land in Upper New York’s Hudson Valley, the Hudson Woods Project is comprised of 26 separate units ($765,000+) on individual lots that range from 2.7 acres to lots over 10 acres.

Lang insisted on as much locally sourced building material as possible of which the bluestone retaining walls and the white oak interiors all are harvested from the nearby area.

All the homes in the Hudson Woods Project share the same basic floor plan with the lower level holding two bedrooms, a den, and service & storage areas, while the upper entry-level floor holds the master bedroom, entry hall, and a huge great room that includes the kitchen area.  Designed with both huge windows and floor to ceiling glass in front, the wooded country views make a relaxing pastoral backdrop to a quieter life.