Enjoying everything New England’s four seasons has to offer comes with the territory of living at her 17+ acre property at 4 Twin Pond Lane in Lincoln, Massachusetts. “It is just a magical place all year round,” says Sarah.
When Nate was set to propose to his college sweetheart, Carly, she said “yes” before he even had the chance to ask. Carly was equally quick to make decisions when planning their wedding. The dress? A deep-V. The maid of honor? Yours truly. The venue? Her parents’ home in a rural suburb of Baltimore, Maryland. […]
Steep slopes of tiled roof. Windows of leaded glass. Halls of grand scale. Such details mark the distinctively European style of Harrie T. Lindeberg, architect of country homes for high society through the 1920s. Nearly a century later, such details captured the hearts of partners Bill and Dana.
The year was 2006. The weather was rainy with more than a chance of flooding. Cyrus and Fie were driving through Hamilton, Massachusetts, getting a feel for the “classic North Shore town” to which they sought to move from Connecticut. A road closure forced the couple to take a turn. Soon after, they came across a for sale sign at the beginning of what Cyrus describes as “quite the statement” – a 100-meter driveway framed by sugar maple trees.