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First home complete at Pinnacle at Purchase.

First home complete at Pinnacle at Purchase

The first million-dollar luxury home has been completed at The Pinnacle at Purchase, an exclusive community of 16 single family residences, according to developer Daniel Equities Corporation.

To date, five of the custom-built residences -- which offer from 4,700 to 6,300 square feet of living space -- have been sold at prices over $1 million, according to Kenneth Rubinstein, president of Daniel Equities.

"This first completed residence provides an excellent illustration of The Pinnacle's exceptional level of luxury," Rubinstein said. "Of course, each home will be different, to accommodate the distinct needs and tastes of the numerous designconscious buyers who have expressed interest here."

One indication of the enclave's appeal, he notes, is its singularly comprehensive assortment of standard features, including amenities that usually are available only as extras --if at all.

These include intercoms, imported-marble floors, center-hall atriums and greenhouses, marble-faced fireplaces, eight-foot-high solid-wood doors, polished-brass leversets, recessed lighting, and jacuzzis.

"In a million-dollar home," he explained, "even three-car garages with automatic door-openers cannot be considered luxury items."

All 16 houses at The Pinnacle will be contemporary in design. Architect Kenneth L. Irving of Mount Kisco has created three widely-divergent design variations which are ready for occupancy.
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Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:Jul 10, 1991
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