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Airy 1970 Modern Home Includes Zen Waterfall for $1.75M

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Location: Lincoln, Massachusetts
Price: $1,750,000

Like Palm Springs, CA or New Canaan, CT, Lincoln, MA offers a standout collection of modern homes, including the 1938-built personal home (and now historic house museum) of Bauhaus founder Walter Gropius. One later member of this crop, a bright 1970-built home designed by prominent Boston-area architect Earl Flansburgh, just hit the market for $1.75M.

Featuring 120 feet of glass walls, extensive decking, and an atrium garden, the 3,874-square-foot residence offers an exceptional connection to the surrounding gardens and gentle waterfall. Several recent renovations, including a "spa-like" master bath update in 2011 and a chef's kitchen revamp in 2013, add modern luxuries to the four-bedroom abode.


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