The contemporary Peter Bohlin designed structure provides seclusion and tranquility in an architectural marvel.

Constructed of glass stone and cedar timber, floor to ceiling windows frame a natural canvas against Thad Hayes’s interior design. Rich with wood and leather, the bedroom on the first floor sets the quintessential romantic scene: a natural stone hot tub beside a fieldstone fireplace. Mid-century furnishings and custom pieces such as the orange Venetian hand-blown pedant complement the clean lines. A comfortable sitting room on the second floor with a writing desk and wood stove provides a quiet retreat amid the treetops.

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950 square feet
stone hot tub
2 levels
“The aviary is unlike any other building at Twin Farms: instead of a woodsy cottage, it is a sexy geometric affair with a wall of glass and an exposed chimney clad in copper.”
"The setting is Shangri-la by way of Architectural Digest."
Improper Bostonian