Aston Martin might be best known for its luxury sports cars, but, like many of its rival automotive companies, it routinely takes part in third-party projects.
Examples are the chronograph watch (pictured) it did with Swiss company TAG Heuer, the ACH130 helicopter with Airbus, the Brough Superior motorcycle, and the single malt whisky with Islay distiller Bowmore.
And after unveiling its “Automotive Galleries and Lairs” project at last year’s Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, the British marque has now revealed another collaboration, a sprawling residential estate.
Located two hours north of Manhattan, in Rhinebeck, New York, the thoroughly modern dwelling was born out of a partnership with the S3 Architecture, a New York company.
Boasting 555 square metres of living space, the Sylvan Rock residence features four bedrooms and full bathrooms, two half bathrooms, wine cellar, a large pool and deck, and a three-car garage.
In addition to the geometric-roofed structure, the property includes a tree-house, an 81sqm pool house with its own indoor hot-tub, three 146sqm guest cabins, and a special Onyx Black DBX SUV from AM’s bespoke Q Division.
The whole kit and caboodle is for sale for US$7,700,000 (NZ$11.6m). The property totals 22 hectares in the Hudson Valley and the house itself is at the end of a 600m-long driveway.