Newbury, Vermont
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Family Retreat

Designed to be a retreat for the grandparents on a multi-generational family "gentleman's farm" in central Vermont, the Meadow House is an Arts and Crafts-inspired version of a Vermont farmhouse. The copper standing seam-roofed, shingle-sided structure features a unique curved exterior that takes full advantage of the spectacular view of Mount Ascutney in the distance. (To read more about this property, see Cole, Regina, "Up on the Farm." New England Home. Web. September/October 2010.)

Architecture: John MacDonald, Morehouse MacDonald and Associates; Interior Design: Bierly-Drake Associates; Landscape Architecture: Shepard Butler Landscape Architecture; Photography: Sam Gray Photography and Nessa Flax