That elusive Vermont dream house

September 1992
Yankee;Sep92, Vol. 56 Issue 9, p92
Describes the seven dream homes of Sandy and Ron Brown of Weathersfield, Vermont. How couple met; Why the couple built so many dream houses; Descriptions of first six houses; How latest dream house developed; Description of dream house number seven; Asking price; Plans for next dream house.


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