This uniquely styled home is called The Sleeve House, and it sits on 15 acres right here in the Hudson Valley.

Gary DiMauro Real Estate is listing this Columbia County house, calling it "enigmatic" as well as practical. The three-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bathroom home is constructed in two sections, with one of them "sleeved" into the other.

Designed by acclaimed architect, Adam Dayem, the home is covered in planks of Accoya wood  which have been charred using a Japanese finishing technique called “shou sugi ban.” The effect is supposed to give the home a contemporary look, while still giving the illusion of an old barn.

If you have $2.1 million lying around you might want to take a virtual tour of the home. It shows all of the interior design, including a crazy floating fireplace that looks like some sort of droid out of Star Wars.

The home is located in Columbia County town of Taghkanic. You can check out the full listing online.