Farm Fresh: Appearances are deceiving at a Vermont farmhouse
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If Nathaniel Currier and James Merritt Ives were traveling through Charlotte, Vermont, nowadays, they would surely flag the home of architect David Pill, AIA, and landscape designer Hillary Maharam as a candidate for their next print. The residence has all the trappings of a postcard: 44 rolling acres, angular farmhouse built according to a pleasingly asymmetrical cruciform plan, windmill…
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