Inside Fishers Island’s Hooverness

“We can never have enough of nature,” Henry David Thoreau famously declared in the pages of Walden. If that esteemed author-philosopher were to retreat to the woods today, he might well choose this glass-walled oasis on New York’s Fisher Island rather than a meager cottage on the banks of a Massachusetts pond. At the estate known as Hooverness, secluded in an equally idyllic locale, expanses of glass all but erase the barriers between interior living space and nature.

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