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Lots of Press for The Hill House in Lincoln

We pride ourselves for going after great press coverage of our listings, whenever possible. But our listing in Lincoln of the Hill House has press contacting us to feature it. Here is a roundup. Click photos for articles: Dwell Boston Magazine   Boston Herald   Mansion Global Curbed   Apartment Therapy

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Bill on Studio 360

Every once in a while, the day job and night job collide. Usually it is when someone walks into an open house and does a double take. “Hey, aren’t you the guy….?’ Studio 360 on Public Radio International (PRI) were nice enough to put together this nice little story about how one artist balances work,…

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Green Street Canton in the Boston Globe!

    John Ellement Boston Globe Staff February 13, 2017 8:40 am 125 Green St., Canton $1,125,000 Style: Modern Year built: 1999 Square feet: 4,038 Bedrooms: 3 Baths: 2 full Sewer/water: Private/public Taxes: $10,759 (2017) After roughly 18 years of stewardship, Nancy Skolos and Tom Wedell, educators at the Rhode Island School of Design, are…

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75 Robin Featured in Boston Magazine

75 Robin Road, Weston Price: $1,780,000 Size: 3,460 square feet Bedrooms: 5 Baths: 2.5 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…

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14 Van Norden Wins it All on CNBC!

We were glad to have our most recent listing at 14 Van Norden considered for the segment on CNBC of what a million dollars buys in Ivy League towns. We were glad to see it win it all stacked up against such worthy competitors as Penn, Columbia, and Princeton. Alas! They were no match for…

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Five Fields in the Boston Globe

  A truly excellent and comprehensive article by Linda Matchan that captures what makes Five Fields so special. Link here. Excerpt: …It is part of a small, tightknit, and, for its time, radical community of modernist homes known as Five Fields. The neighborhood, established in the postwar 1950s by a group of local architects, including…

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