75 Robin Road, Weston
Size: 3,460 square feet
Just last week, a home expanded by Henry B. Hoover hit the market. This week, another house he co-designed with Walter Lee Hill is up for grabs. Hoover, an influential modern architect, built some of the first modern homes in Lincoln and Weston—even before Bauhaus legend Walter Gropius did.
Known as the Nelson House, this mid-century marvel was custom designed for Arthur and Eleanor Nelson in 1958. It’s divided into two parts—one for sleeping and one for living—that are separated by a glass hallway. The living section offers several rooms with custom-built furniture, including a living room, dining room, breakfast room, family room, kitchen, and sunroom. On the opposite side, the sleeping section contains five bedrooms and two full baths.
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