Some of you have commented on the enormous homes that I post; those fabulous tens of thousands of square feet manses. Some of you have complained that those homes are a waste of space, but, I like ‘em, and it’s my blog so … but I also like smaller and simpler and peaceful spaces, and this home, in the Vermont woods, suits me just fine.
This home is part of a collection of cottages designed to host musicians spending the summer in Marlboro, Vermont. These Marlboro Music Cottages are located on the 500-acre campus of Marlboro College, tucked into the foothills of Vermont’s Green Mountains.
This cottage, practically hidden in the cedar tree forest, giving it a sense of privacy while also protecting it from the direct rays of the sun, seems like a fairy tale cottage … an Amish Abode …a Pennsylvania Dutch Dwelling …a Quaint Quaker lodging.
The interiors are mostly wood, with tile floors and gracious windows, but feel very austere and peaceful, which I’m guessing a musician might light before and after performing.
I just like the simplicity of it all; the bareness of it all … even with a grand piano in the living room.
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