Filed under: Luxury Travel & Hotels
In this never-before-seen collection, Butler showcases her extraordinary art portraits of Northeast Harbor's local inhabitants, architecture and stunning land and seascape, as viewed from properties like this 2006 Estate of the Day.
60 people and places are brought to life through original photographs that "convey and identify what it is that makes Maine culture so distinctive." Martha Stewart, who has an estate on nearby Mount Desert Island, often uses it as inspiration.
Butler doesn't just focus on the well-heeled summer residents however. A post-mistress, mechanic, carpenter, lobsterman, librarian and artists are all included, as well as a visual journey through the area's coves and rocky necks.
Filed under: Celebrity Design
Filed under: Estates
Martha Stewart has put her colonial-style farmhouse estate, Turkey Hill Farm, in Westport, Connecticut on the market. The beautiful home is just over 3,100-sq. feet and is situated on 4 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds (would you expect anything less from Martha Stewart?). The property also features a large barn and a greenhouse. The 3-bedroom, 2-bath house was originally built in 1805. It was maintained in excellent condition and features central air, a full walk-out basement and a heated pool. The asking price is $8,995,000.
More pictures after the jump, though there are none from the interior of the house - surprising, given that Martha is an amazing decorator.
Filed under: Decor