A well-preserved property and even better, this 1950s Carl Koch-designed midcentury modern property in Lincoln, Massachusetts, USA is now on the market.
Carl Koch was educated at Harvard when Bauhaus founder Walter Gropius was teaching there, going on to carve out his own architectural niche and developing the prefab Techbuilt System of house building. However, this isn’t one of those.
This is a lovely midcentury modern property dating back to 1954 and according to the agent, a house that has been ‘lovingly preserved and carefully updated’. That is certainly borne out by the images we see on the listing.
The house is a mix of glass, flagstone, brick, and redwood, complete with a central hall with redwood paneling and coloured stone floors, which opens to a great room with high wood ceilings, fireplace and walls of glass that bring the outside in.
Also present is an updated kitchen with ‘pass-through’ bar area, casual dining space and access to the formal dining room with fireplace.
Three bedrooms too, including a large master suite with walk-in closet. A lower level has ‘storage and expansion’, should you need to hide things away.
A very stylish living space that is perfect for the design-loving family. If you want to move in, the asking price is $849,000.
Images and details courtesy of Barrett Sotheby’s By Realty. For more details and to make an enquiry, please visit the website.