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The homeowners enlisted the Philadelphia-based interior designer Marguerite “Meg” Rodgers to create a multibuilding villa on what initially was an undeveloped double lot. Rodgers then designated Ernesto Buch as the project’s lead architect to help realize the highly private compound that blends Georgian and Palladian architecture with an emphasis on indoor/outdoor living. The sprawling estate includes a 6,600-square-foot main home, a guest cottage, and a poolhouse and spa, all of which are connected by a series of courtyards, terraces, and gardens.

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