Muppet set designer’s Tower House is a psychedelic escape made from repurposed materials

This one-of-a-kind house near Woodstock, N. Y., has a history that ties it to the Muppets and The Grateful Dead. Its creator, John Kahn, who was friends with the late Muppet creator Jim Henson and designed sets for the show, built the Tower House over 15 years, using re-purposed and locally available materials. The 3,518 square-foot building is now on sale for $1.2 million.

The Tower House sits on a wooded 5.5-acre estate located near Woodstock. In 2007, Kahn sold the house to its current owner,…

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