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Gagarin House / Charles Moore


Built in 1969 by master architect Charles Moore in Peru in Vermont’s Bennington County, the nearly 370-square-metre residence rises like a jagged rock formation on 30 lush, private hectares and frames breathtaking vistas from nearly every room. Known as the Gagarin House, the largely original property boasts a number of Moore’s playful touches, including asymmetrical volumes, soaring spaces, and surprising built-ins. On the main open-plan floor, a living area with a Rumford fireplace, sloping beamed ceilings, and sliding glass doors flows into an equally bright dining room and into a kitchen that can only be described as whimsical. Located at 94 Pierce Road, it’s offered at $1.2 million — via Curbed

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