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History Lovers’ Haven

Photography by Kevin Hurley In the year 1820, a prosperous settler named John Gray purchased a large plot of land south of the bustling frontier town of Fincastle. Gray, who ...
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Flexible Spaces | Tips to Make Your Home Fit Your Life

Our house is a study in flexible and evolving spaces. I’m writing from my bedroom office—my “boffice,” as I call it—where I carved out a workspace not too long ago ...
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Pick a Pepper | Popular Peppers for Every Taste

Whether sliced and sautéed into fajitas, stuffed with quinoa and baked, pureed into a spicy sauce or seared as a snack, peppers are an extremely versatile and fun ingredient for ...
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Hoop Dreams | At-Home Sports Courts

We’re all spending more time at home this year due to social distancing, and you may be pondering new projects, wishing to maximize enjoyment of and recreation at your space ...
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Home Upgrades | What Improvements Bring the Most Bang for Your Buck?

Home building and design projects are about creativity, better living—and the bottom line. It can be tough to know where to allocate dollars and which upgrades warrant a splurge ...
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Jurassic Garden | Harness the Ancient Beauty of Ferns

Long before humans, mammals, reptiles or even birds roamed the earth, ferns dominated the landscape, gracing forest floors, creating a lush blanket of various hues of green and providing ...
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A Home with a View | Hillside Ranch Renovated into One Couple’s Haven

Photography by Jared Hall Paul Economy and Randy Craver had been together for almost two decades when their settled lives took a turn—well, several turns actually—and good ones at that ...
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