Bercherer House by Robert M. Gurney Architect

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The lush, hilly pastures of Albemarle County, Virginia are scattered along with rich dark stained fences  that greatly complement the distinctive features of the Bercherer House. Robert M. Gurney Architects designed the home with three gable-roofed pavilions that provide an opening to the breathtaking panoramic views of the surrounding woodlands. Large expanses of glass  on two walls  are included on the main living pavilion and brings in more spectacular views of both the woods and the rolling horse pastures. The cloaked porch and bluestone terrace  running along the length of the house provide views of the passing sunset over the rolling pastures nearby.

Via – Images © Maxwell MacKenzie Architectural

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