Pied-à-terre is French for “foot on the ground” and is often described as a city apartment used by suburban or rural residents to get a cultural fix. Who’s to say it can’t work in reverse? Why can’t urban dwellers put a “foot on the ground” in a small town just a bit too far away to be commutable?
The point of a second shelter is to get away. Sure, mostly we showcase homes that you want to get away to for some specific reason (usually cultural or geographic) but what about getting away to a different pace of life? Find out more on SecondShelters.com.