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Boston.com New Article on Area Modernism

Boston.com New Article on Area Modernism

We are quoted in a new article posted a few days ago on Boston.com
2007-Built Modernist Home in Lincoln

2007-Built Modernist Home in Lincoln

(This listing is with Barrett Sothebys). Offered at $1,875,000. Contact us to arrange a private showing or with any questions. 1 Hawk Hill from REtoolz.com on Vimeo. Click any photo to enlarge and view as a slideshow.    Taking its place in Lincoln’s storied Modernist tradition, one that includes Gropius, Breuer, Hoover, and Flansburgh, this home...
A Brief 2015 Video Tour of Lexington and Lincoln Modernism

A Brief 2015 Video Tour of Lexington and Lincoln Modernism

Here is our primer on the Modernist history of the region.
Alex and Becky in the Boston Globe Magazine!

Alex and Becky in the Boston Globe Magazine!

  Very cool to see our buyer clients, Becky and Alex, in yesterday’s Boston Globe Magazine with a feature on the Henry Hoover-designed house we assisted them in buying in Lincoln. They renovated the house substantially with the guidance of Mette Aamodt and Andrew Plumb of Cambridge-based Aamodt/Plumb Architects. The Globe also linked to the Hoover House (Hoover’s...
The Hoover House: Offered for the First Time

The Hoover House: Offered for the First Time

The Hoover House: Offered for the First Time

The Hoover House: Offered for the First Time

SOLD. Click any photo to enlarge and watch as slide show. Photos by Lara Kimmerer except as noted.    The house is always its site. This was the operating principle of the earliest Modernist architect in Lincoln, Henry B. Hoover, who in 1934, climbed this hill overlooking the Cambridge Reservoir and paid $1,000 for two acres...
Sneak Peak in Boston Globe of the Hoover House

Sneak Peak in Boston Globe of the Hoover House

Important: May 31 is not a public open house, but a house tour to which tickets are no longer available. The public open houses for this property will be held by us the following weekend, June 6 and June 7. We will be bringing on this listing the first week in June. Stay tuned to this site...
New Events in Lexington and Lincoln

New Events in Lexington and Lincoln

  The Lexington Historic Society will be honoring Lexington’s place in Modernist history over the next year: Lextopia: Still modern after all these years In the 1940s and 1950s, Lexington played a pivotal part in launching Mid-Century Modern architecture and design. The Lexington Historical Society will celebrate what has been called “Lexington’s Second Revolution”  with a series...
Sold: The Iconic Flansburgh House in Lincoln

Sold: The Iconic Flansburgh House in Lincoln

This house is under agreement, pending closing.  
Available For First Time: The Iconic Flansburgh House in Lincoln

Available For First Time: The Iconic Flansburgh House in Lincoln

(Sold.) We are proud to be the marketing team for this distinctive home,  which we visited last month, now offered for sale at $1,050,000. Private showings begin Tuesday, April 1. There will be open houses Saturday, April 5 and Sunday, April 6, 1:00-3:00 each day. Any/all offers to be reviewed 4:00 April 7. Use contact button to reach...
Roy Banwell-Designed Lincoln Mid-Century-Modern Gem

Roy Banwell-Designed Lincoln Mid-Century-Modern Gem

Click any photo to see full image: Photos by Lara Kimmerer and John Tse (exterior twilight) 5 Old Conant Road, Lincoln. Offered at $979,000. (Under agreement.) The word “stunning” is thrown around a lot in real estate marketing. We’re guilty as well of its overuse (at least we’ve never used “fireplaced” as an adjective!) But...
Sold: Roy Banwell-Designed Lincoln Mid-Century-Modern Gem

Sold: Roy Banwell-Designed Lincoln Mid-Century-Modern Gem

Full post with slideshow and floor plans below, or click here. 5 Old Conant Road, Lincoln. Offered at $979,000. (Under agreement.) The word “stunning” is thrown around a lot in real estate marketing. We’re guilty as well of its overuse (at least we’ve never used “fireplaced” as an adjective!) But we are sent running to...