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Becherer House by Robert M. Gurney
By Freshome.com - Interior Design & Architecture Magazine on Mar 01, 2013
This stunning residence, bordered by picturesque woodlands, was designed by the architect Robert M. Gurney. Away from the urban landscape, the Becherer House, located in Albemarle County, VA, is composed of three pavilions, each with different views upon the beautiful site.
The central pavilion, which accommodates the living room and the kitchen, is the most transparent and is flooded by light, with a stunning opening towards the pastures that surround the house. "A screened porch and bluestone terrace running the length of the house provides a stage to view sunsets over the pastures, while a manicured lawn and dry-stacked slate wall provide an ordered transition from the house to the woods beyond."
This is the place to be if you’re looking for a relaxing environment in which to fill your life with happy moments. The interior is neat and cozy, embellished with wood finishings.
Simply lovely, the contemporary Becherer House comes alive in autumn, when the surroundings reveal a wonderful play of ever-changing colors. Is there something in particular you like about this residence?
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