"THE LOOKING GLASS" - Welcome to a 1976 Charles P. Winter masterpiece, built into the bluff of Tweed Boulevard (the Mulholland Drive of Rockland County) on 2.8 acres with commanding views of the Hudson River, Tappan Zee Bridge, Piermont Pier, fully immersed in nature. Charles Winter was a famous mid-century modernist architect known for connecting every element of the house to its surrounding environment and 240 Tweed Boulevard is a phenomenal demonstration of just that. Built and designed for his Broadway theater friend/client, Bigelow Green, this unique residence has never been on the market. With a brand new private driveway leading up to a flat parking area and tiered English gardens in the front, this home is like living inside a perpetual mural that changes by the season. With multiple decks and balconies surrounding every angle of the home, including one that can house a large party, your new life in the Hudson Valley is sure to appreciate. Unique rock elements from the mountain are incorporated within the structure, unifying the house and its surrounds like one gigantic sculpture. Charles Winter was known for artful window placement, and walking up to the main open living space on the second level is sure to make your jaw drop with a dramatic birds eye view of Piermont. If that weren't enough, as you meander up the spiral staircase to the third floor primary suite, with extra bonus room that can be a unique office or fourth bedroom complete with second wood burning fireplace, the views get even more inspiring. If you wanted to broaden the view further, or choose to maintain the current balance of earth and water, a majority of the trees are within your 2.8 acres of serenity. With 500 acres of passive wooded parkland directly behind you, the choices for great hiking, off-leash dog walking and cross country skiing are priceless. Cedar decks and railings off every single room with hardwood floors throughout the space, this showpiece can really soar after a few basic updates. Did we forget to mention the external NYC quality elevator that flaunts river views as well? With two bedrooms on the main level, one converted to have its own kitchenette, lots of storage rooms, dark room, generator, full functioning workshop and more, this house is designed to encompass everything one may need like a ship, hiding any of its necessary components like ladders and screens out of sight. Situated in Upper Grandview within the award-winning South Orangetown School District, minutes to the bustling riverfront villages of Nyack and Piermont with boutique shops and five star dining, plus a convenient 25 minute drive to New York City, what more can you ask for? Taxes can be grieved to approximately $24k based on current asking price.