All Posts in Category Brown’s Wood

Sold! A Hoover-Hill Design in Brown’s Wood, Lincoln

18 Moccasin Hill Road, Lincoln. Offered at $1,099,000 (Sold for $1,105,000) Click any image to enlarge and view as slide show. With a top-notch wooded siting on a big lot at the end of a cul de sac in the unique neighborhood of Brown’s Wood, the Wales House is a post-and-beam, Mid-Century-Modern home designed by…

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New Listings! Stay Tuned!

Just some things to watch this space for in the coming months. Prices are approximate ranges: A 1967 mid-century-mod fixer in Lincoln, designed by Constantin Perzoff. Post-and-beam, open floor plan, three bedrooms and three baths, garage, over three acres in a super location. About 2,400 s.f. Around $900k. Coming on in early March. An extremely well-maintained…

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Our Tour of Conantum

In the early 1950s, along 190 acres along the Sudbury River, not far from where Concord, Sudbury, and Lincoln meet, a Modernist neighborhood conceptualized by MIT Economics Professor, W. Rupert Maclaurin, and designed by Techbuilt and Snake Hill architect, Carl Koch, was developed. Renee Garrelick compiled an oral history of the neighborhood in 1986 (archived by the…

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Sold: The Swanson House: Listing in Brown’s Wood in Lincoln

Photos by Lara Kimmerer. Click any photo to enlarge:   “The Swanson House” is an updated and extremely well-maintained Walter Pierce-custom-designed mid-century modernist classic in Brown’s Wood, built in 1956. Expansive open floor plan, clean and soaring architectural lines, gleaming hardwood, and treetop views from walls of glass. Lower level offers home office or au…

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