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The New Wave of Food Decor Wants You to Eat It
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In Upstate New York, a Midcentury-Inspired Home With a Butterfly Roof Asks $1.5M
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The stilted modernist structure has a reputation for sustainable design, luxury travel, and prime northern lights viewing. Does it live up to the hype?

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