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Restored Modernist Cape Cod retreat with gorgeous views is available to rent

Designed by Charlie Zehnder in 1970

Exterior shot of flat-roofed home with massive cantilevering decks and eaves over a solid stone base.
The Kugel/Gips House is one of over 100 Modernist homes built in the area between 1930 and 1970.
Photos via The Modern House

Cape Cod, Massachusetts is home to some stunning Modernist architecture. Over 110 homes were built between 1930 and 1970 here, once described as a place where “Yankee ingenuity meets Modernist simplicity” by Peter McMahon, and includes the iconic Hatch Cottage designed by Jack Hall in 1960, and this one, the Kugel/Gips House in Wellfleet, by Charlie Zhender. Lovingly restored and managed by the Cape Cod Modern House Trust, the Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired residence features wooden cantilevering decks and eaves that are set above a solid stone base. It is also available to rent.

Situated above the secluded Northeast Pond, the impressive, clean-lined three-bedroom-two-bath boasts vast windows, a massive brick hearth, ample outdoor space, and beautiful views of the water and the Outer Cape’s rugged terrain. Five minutes from the beach, this unique vacation rental accommodates up to six people, with rates begin at $2,750 a week. It’s available to book through The Modern House, or directly with the Cape Cod Modern House Trust.

Via: The Modern House