67 Conant Road, Lincoln
Size: 5,037 square feet
This dwelling’s listing agents have an affinity for Midcentury Modern architecture—they say they’re “the only Boston-area realtors with a specialization in the area’s rich tradition” of the style. So it’s easy to see how this Lincoln address falls within their claim to fame—and would easily win over the heart of any Modernist fan.
The living space flows around a central atrium, free of walls to separate the sofa zone from the piano area, or any of the other spaces. Adding to the breeziness is the perimeter of ceiling-height windows that blur the line between inside and the outdoors. Even when partitions do break up one room from the next, the same wooden ceilings and floors—except in the carpeted bedrooms—maintain the impression of continuity.
Take a peek at the skylit kitchen, where a balance of open shelving and low, closed cabinetry keeps all of the cookware accessible and plays into the sans-partition style. Contemporary additions such as a six-burner gas range, double wall ovens, and a Sub-Zero refrigerator blend in well with the long, angled countertop and rich, wooden cupboards. All that’s left is to cook up something delicious, throw aside the curtains, and bask in the light of your own home.
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