On the Market: A ’60s Deck House in Lincoln
Complete with the essentials, of course: walls of glass and vaulted ceilings.
12 Hiddenwood Path, Lincoln
Size: 2,399 square feet
Ah, Lincoln, Massachusetts. This historic town is home to some of the region’s finest modern houses, including the residence of Walter Gropius—the modernist genius who founded the Bauhaus School. It’s a treat whenever one of Lincoln’s angular abodes hits the market, and that’s certainly the case for this ’60s deck house.
Tucked away in the woods on a cul-de-sac called Hiddenwood Path, the home is complete with all of the deck house essentials. There are floor-to-ceiling windows and vaulted wood ceilings, of course, not to mention skylights, an open floor plan, a grand brick fireplace, and a sizable second-story deck. The 1964 house is quite spacious at just under 2,400 square feet, offering four bedrooms, two living areas, a sunny formal dining room, and an office. Other enviable details include built-in teak cabinets and bookshelves and an undeniable connection to nature—the many walls of glass bring the outdoors in.
For information, contact Patti Salem, Barrett Sotheby’s International Realty, pattisalem.com.
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