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      Blog :: 11-2013

      Contemporary Homes... New England Style!

      Although New England is well known for its historic properties, there are many lovely contemporary homes in Southern Vermont as well.  If you have a preference for contemporary style architecture, take a look at these great homes! Contemporary Homes 219 Meadowbrook Drive, BenningtonWonderful classic contemporary home in private cul-de-sac setting awaits you. Property features 3 bedrooms, 3 baths, gorgeous new kitchen with granite counters, tiled backsplash and floors, living room with wood burning stove, lower level with walk out and 2 additional loft areas only begin to describe this unique home. Many windows allow for light and nature to be enjoyed year round. Wrap around deck, cathedral ceilings, mature landscaping and perennials make this the perfect home or retreat, for any size gathering. Listing Agent: Kelley McCarthy.  $399,900. Contemporary Home

      1135 South Stream Road, Pownal.  Classic Contemporary home with window walls that expand the spectacular views. Built in 1988 by Blue Heron -- energy efficient, with 2200 square feet, 8 rooms, 3 bedrooms and 2 full baths. Finished studio with bedroom, office, living room with pellet stove and workout room. Great neighborhood, wonderful setting! Listing Agent: Kelley McCarthy. $315,000.

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      330 Sunset Hills, Pownal. Incredible views of the beautiful Pownal Valley!!! This home has plenty of large windows and wraparound deck with gazebo to relax and take in the views. Spacious first floor features a master bedroom w/bath, two additional bedrooms, full bath, field stone fireplace with new wood stove insert in living room w/ vaulted ceiling and sliders to the deck. Large eat-in kitchen opens to a formal dining area. Lower level is finished with fourth bedroom or large family room, big office, walk-in storage closet, den and laundry room. Newer furnace, hardwood and tile floors plus many other new improvements. Two acres and attached garage. Listing Agent: Kelley McCarthy. $345,000.

      Contemporary home2330 Carpenter Hill Road, Pownal.  Sunlight pours in the many windows facing the decks that encompass this spacious contemporary home on 13.19 acres. Special features include field stone fireplace, Siberian oak floors, den/office, family room & spiral staircase to generously sized loft. Also includes barn with electricity & concrete floor perfect for studio or horse barn. Small pond, generator. If you are seeking privacy and space, you have found it! Listing Agent: Kathleen Hoisington. $250,000.

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      1. Naren on

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        ARLINGTON, VERMONT FEATURED IN N.Y.TIMES TRAVEL SECTION

        Arlington, VermontOne of my secret pleasures is the Sunday New York Times.  Its a secret because I am a staunch conservative independent and very seldom share their editorial points of view although I devour the op-eds in the Week in Review section, particularly those of Maureen Dowd and Tom Friedman whom I have followed since his wonderful book From Beirut to Jerusalem  and more recently The World Is Flat and its updated version.. I further confess that I would never attend a Sunday Open House without my Sunday Times on hand in case I have a slow afternoon. In fact , I cant live without the Book Review and I used to pick out reviews for my scholarly husband at his request so he didn't have to wade through the popular non-fiction that I so enjoy, finding those rare but fascinating new writings on philosophy and Judaism for his personal reading list. Arlington, Vermont My last confession is that I have little or no interest in the sports section (because they do not cover equestrian sports), the metropolitan section (because I dont live there), the front page (because it is repeated ad nauseam in every piece of technology that I own) nor the style section which I totally gave up when I reverted to a more comfortable horsewoman lifestyle.  The section that I  have least interest in though is the travel section as having seen all of Europe that I care to see and the Middle East on more than one occasion and an actual dislike of the Caribbean and its rich resorts surrounded by abject poverty..I now only want to travel within the United States and get to know my country better..sort of like John Steinbeck and Travels with Charley: In Search of America.  Charley was a poodle and I have a poodle. Get me a camper and I am good to go.  Now to the point. Arlington, Vermont I was all ready to throw the travel section of the Times on the floor yesterday, when all of a sudden lo and behold there was a photograph taken through the covered bridge in West Arlington with a fabulous view of Norman Rockwells home as well as a reprint of Norman Rockwells Freedom From Want painting with my late husband Bill Hosington and his sister Shirley McTernan sitting at the Thanksgiving table!  Not only was it front page but the most interesting story of Norman Rockwell unfolded in a full centerfold article with mention also of his granddaughter, Daisy Rockwell (who bought a home from us just last year) and mention of her exhibition at the Bennington Museum which is still on displayall of that and picturesque views of River Road and the Battenkill River have given us the most dramatic marketing piece imaginable.publicity that we could never afford to purchase and done all by a superb writer, Deborah Solomon.  Just to add further serendipity to all of this, we sold land for a New Yorker named Debbie Solomon just this past yearcould it be her???? Needless to say i e-mailed her today.

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        1. Evelynne on

          I was missing Debra too! I canont believe the items she's able to put together to create an outfit that makes a wonderfully articulate statement about the uniquely stylish, creative soul she is.