You can live on top of a 60-foot waterfall in this upstate sanctuary

What's Behind the Luxury Real Estate Slowdown
What's Behind the Luxury Real Estate Slowdown

Don't go chasin' waterfalls...or do, if you want to live next to one (a 60-foot one at that)!

This massive estate can be found in upstate New York (Rhinebeck) and can be yours for the small price of $8.95M.

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Twenty-six acres of greenery make this the ultimate place for peace, seclusion and privacy. The home was built by Steve Mensch, renowned architect, for himself and his family.

What makes it so unique (you know, besides the whole waterfall thing) is that the home is designed as four separate (massive) structures that are connected via different covered walkways. Granite floors and dark mahogany paneling inside are just another unique touch that up the "wow" factor of the main house.

The property also boasts a two-story artist's studio, two-bedroom guesthouse and a gorgeous suspension bridge that sits over the river. (Oh yeah, this place also has a river).

There's no room or crevice without a view here. Take a look below and see what we mean:

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