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Camp David - or is it Camp Deval? - in the Berkshires

Patrick mixes politics with pleasure at his vacation manse

An aerial view of Governor Deval Patrick's Richmond property shows the 7,500-square-foot home's pool and cabana at left. (Wendy Maeda / Globe Staff Photo) An aerial view of Governor Deval Patrick's Richmond property shows the 7,500-square-foot home's pool and cabana at left.
By Matt Viser
Globe Staff / July 27, 2008

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RICHMOND - Sweet P Farm is nestled at the top of a winding driveway, hidden from view by 77 acres of gentle woods and meadows, a retreat in the Berkshires where Governor Deval Patrick can swat a few tennis balls on his private court, work on a chapter of his memoir, or stroll through the wildflowers in his backyard. (Full article: 1603 words)

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