Pope Meadow Grand Opening!

YOU ARE INVITED, along with Senator Sanders, to cut the ribbon on this innovative housing development in Morrisville, Vermont. Friday, August 10, 2012 at 2:00 pm. Pope Meadow is located one mile from the Village, on Elmore Street (Route 12). Pope Meadow supports responsible development with an emphasis on conservation, environmental awareness, efficiently designed living … Read More

Posted on

Goats, Coffee & Kitchen Nooks

An Arabian shepherd found his goats dancing joyously around a shrub with bright red berries. Shepherds are very observant. It did not take long before he determined that his goats had surely eaten some of the berries, which in turn caused the euphoria. A taste promptly confirmed his theory. Within a short period of time, the … Read More

Posted on

How Well is Your House Built?

I began the previous blog post with intentions of reviewing architectural traits that ensure the resilience of buildings in the case of natural occurrences such as earthquakes. Inevitably, the human aspect of the topic took precedence over technicalities. Nevertheless, we wonder. How safe are we? Do we truly build with nature in mind or mostly … Read More

Posted on

Green & Grounded

The “Green Movement” dates back further than we think. Environmental philosophy was an intrinsic element of intellectual thought dating back to the 1830’s. Zoom forward to 1970, and you may recall the legislative fervor, made obvious by the media, that earned nature increased visibility in the midst of all our modern concerns. This is especially … Read More

Posted on

HGTV Dream Home 2011

When form follows function, lifestyle unfolds in perfect harmony with the surroundings. Stand in any room and it is almost as though every architectural line unravels from your position, firmly grounding you in the moment while extending your awareness toward the softness of the light and the beauty of nature beyond; defying the confines of … Read More

Posted on
(0)
Listing Cart
close X
Already Have an Account?
Email Address:
Password:
Login
close X
This is the first time that you are using the delete function. This function removes this property from all search results on the entire site. If you would like to restore the properties that you have deleted, at the top of any page that has listings on it, click this icon
close X
Who would you like to send these properties to?
Email Address:
Message:
Send