Converted to an artist’s studio in the 1980s by current owner, this midcentury house in bucolic Snedens Landing is ripe for renovation and vision. The former living room was raised to the rafters to create a magical double-height ceilinged studio with views of majestic trees and natural light streaming in the skylights. Set on almost an acre of trees and natural landscaping, this house needs work to become a home again, but there is so much potential. Snedens Landing is a small, tight-knit historic community in the hamlet of Palisades, and is the former home to a revolutionary war ferry that for many decades took passengers across the Hudson River. A short walk to the banks of the Hudson River, Snedens' tennis court, picturesque library, post office, and parkland overlooking the Hudson. Country living in a community of creative neighbors, only 11 miles from the GW Bridge.