EARLIER THIS WEEK, we featured the ethereal work of Stephan Sills Associates. Today, we’re taking you inside the famed, Hi-Low Farm, the designer’s 1920’s white shingled colonial 22-acre estate in Bedford, New York, purchased nearly 30 years ago. The property also includes a four-bedroom, 2,500-square foot guest house. In early September of 2013, Town & Country featured the guest house, and in mid-December of the same year, The New York Social Diary interviewed Sills, who is “widely admired for his distilled palette deployed in tranquil—and even ethereal—rooms that frequently contain a distinct combination of hand-finished surfaces, exquisite antiques, burnished metals and striking modern pieces”.
Click through for a glimpse of both the main and guest houses — the property which Karl Lagerfeld once famously called “the chicest house in America” . . .