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Renovated Bauhaus-Style Gem in Massachusetts Asks $1.625M

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Location: Concord, Massachusetts
Price: $1,625,000

Designed by The Architects' Collaborative, the Cambridge, Massachusetts-based firm founded by Bauhaus chief Walter Gropius, this 1954 midcentury went through an extensive renovation in recent years. Using original blueprints, the current owners, who purchased the home for $633,000 in 2008, restored the exterior and updated the floors, walls, and ceilings. They also added a second-floor studio above the garage. Altogether, the three-bedroom house has Bauhaus written all over it, with a flat roof, basic white-and-pale-blue facade, and heaps of 90-degree geometries. Sitting on 0.8 acres, the $1.625M property has three bedrooms, four baths, and rear decks on two levels.


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