House of the week: A glass wall showcases the surrounding woods and pond outside Lincoln’s house
The beauty of nature is showcased in this Massachusetts home.
Located at 34 Laurel Drive in Lincoln, the 4-bedroom, 3-bathroom home has a beautiful wall of glass that displays the surrounding woods and pond. The 2,361-square-foot home is “perched above Valley Pond with seasonal water views,” the listing says.
To take full advantage of the surrounding nature, the house also has a terrace and a screened-in porch.
It is currently listed at $1,325,000 and is being sold “as is”. It is listed by Terry Perlmutter with Barrett Sotheby’s International Realty.
According to the listing, the Classic Mid-Century Modern house was designed by architect Arthur Brooks, one of the earliest architectural collaborators of Brown’s Wood Community Project.
It was originally designed with an open floor plan, but in 1986 the house was divided to create a one-bedroom accessory apartment, suitable for in-laws or rental, the listing says. Although the house is sold “as is”, it could possibly be restored to its original configuration.
The house is a great place for commuting, the listing says, and comes with membership fees and a private trail to the Valley Pond Swim and Boat Club.
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