The eclectic interior defies classification, drawing influence from China and England.

Adirondack twig work highlights the vaulted ceiling, lined with unskinned logs. Hand-carved parrots guard the Italian bed from atop four spiral posts. Richly colored in reds and greys, the furniture includes a hand-painted leather chair. Floor to ceiling windows on either side of the fireplace, as well as the wicker chairs on the screened porch, invite an unrivaled perspective of the woods.

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1000 square feet
“Jed never meant for the interiors to be authentic. They’re utopian. The whole experience of Twin Farms is.”
Architect Alan Wanzenberg in Architectural Digest