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Buzz about a VERMONT Architectural Gem

Posted on: September 29, 2012


Every week my co-worker and I receive emails with the latest posts at HOUZZ. Imagine Michelle’s surprise when she recognized the names of the Vermont owners of this lakeside gem:

Svetlana and Donat Stern‘s home is a feature by Mary Prince, a Boston-based photographer/writer for Houzz. How fun to read that her ideal in portraiture “includes some environmental detail where the subject is holding an object or a pet, or sitting in a favorite chair or room”. That is EXACTLY what I see in folk art portraiture!

In my house, I’d kill for a family portrait along these lines; Svetlana and Donat, on the other hand, have a very sleek and modern taste. In fact, the Sterns have a collection of Russian works by the artist identified as Postoev V.D.:

You can tour this property by clicking the photo above. Don’t “we” live in a lovely part of the state?!? South Cove, in Burlington, is a short distance from the Williston Offices of CellularWindowShades.com.

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