What We Love
About GAGARIN HOUSE

  • Winter mornings when the SE horizon turns papaya-colored just before the sun rises
  • The dogs love the pools of sunlight in midwinter
  • The milky way and its highway of stars across the sky, a rare sight in this darkness-starved contemporary world
  • The partnership with a local sugar maker who taps the maple trees in exchange for ample jugs of maple syrup to use or give away
  • The 49 species of birds who love the avian Food Court in the garden. Swallows and bluebirds nest in the birdhouses every summer. In the Spring, magnificent male Wood Ducks ornament the pond
This very cool, post-modern style home on 76+/- protected acres, is sited to take in the sunlight and make the most of spectacular mountain views. Offering complete privacy, the driveway wends past a pond to the 3,479-square-foot, 4-bedroom house designed and built by the architect Charles Moore, described by the NY Times as “one of the most influential and prolific practitioners of post-modern design”.

Property Details

VT0864
1969
Contemporary
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Interior

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