Seclusion And Tranquility In An Architectural Marvel At Twin Farms


Set among 300 acres of meadows and woodlands in a secluded valley in Barnard, Vermont, Twin Farms is an intimate, all-inclusive country hideaway. After a day of hiking, biking, tennis, pond swimming, fly fishing, or canoeing, couples can cozy up next to a wood-burning fireplace in one of the farm’s uniquely designed lodgings—including a tree house inspired cottage tucked away in the property’s secluded woodlands. Then, celebrate by popping open one, or two, of the wine cellar’s 26,000 bottles.
One of the cottages is the Aviary. Designed by Peter Bohlin this structure provides seclusion and tranquility in an architectural marvel.Constructed of glass stone and cedar timber, floor to ceiling windows frame a natural canvas against Thad Hayes’s interior design. Rich with wood and leather, the bedroom on the first floor sets the quintessential romantic scene: a natural stone hot tub beside a fieldstone fireplace. Mid-century furnishings and custom pieces such as the orange Venetian hand-blown pedant complement the clean lines. A comfortable sitting room on the second floor with a writing desk and wood stove provides a quiet retreat amid the treetops. How does it look ?




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