July 21st, 2017
Vogue

‘The Forever House’

Marina Rust’s 1816 Georgian brick home in Charlottesville, Virginia is profiled in August Vogue and it’s lovely. The charming guest house above was once the summer kitchen—perfection.

Photography by Roberto Gigli

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  • Beautiful. I am Virginia girl, and Charlottesville is a town that captures everything wonderful about the Commonwealth. My Boys had annual trips for hockey and I always volunteered to go…sadly they just tore down the rink. It makes me want to go find a retreat there. Thanks for the sneak peek.

    Amy Thorne RichardsonJuly 22nd, 2017  6:36 AM

     
  • This is exactly why my husband and I moved to Charlottesville 3 years ago from Miami Beach.
    Paradise found.

    lkaJuly 22nd, 2017  10:29 AM

     
  • Virginia has much to be said for it; however, I’m underwhelmed with the home and have to wonder if it would even be featured were it not owned by a NY socialite and (former) Vogue contributor. IMHO, Vogue could stand to expand it’s sphere ~

    PaulaJuly 25th, 2017  1:08 AM

     

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