This new home is located at the edge of the Dartmouth College campus on a wooded hillside overlooking the Connecticut River.
Built on the south shore of Lake Morey, this shingle style house is a gracious yet informal home. The architectural details refer to the tradition of 19th century country retreats.
A new house nestled into a Vermont hillside is set at the top of a meadow with commanding views of Mount Ascutney.
Sheltered from a country road by the folds of its pasture setting, this new, four bedroom house was nestled into a knoll for views of a small pond and the bucolic prospect of a small valley.
This four bedroom house is located on a narrow wooded lot at the end of a curving drive that shields the house from the road and provides privacy from the neighbors.
This comfortable home is organized around a hand hewn timber frame and is sited at the edge of a meadow to preserve open space and maximize views of the Green Mountains.
Located on the top of a hill with southeast exposure, the individual blocks of this house were angled to conform to the contours of the topography and maximize the 180 degree view.
A 4 bedroom house nestled into the head of a meadow surrounded by a stand of spruce trees.
Designed to achieve LEED certification, this three bedroom home uses traditional massing and detailing to create a delightful home on a wooded mountain side above the President Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site.
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