All Posts in Category: Walter Lee Hill

Sold! A Hoover-Hill Design in Brown’s Wood, Lincoln

18 Moccasin Hill Road, Lincoln. Offered at $1,099,000 (Sold for $1,105,000) Click any image to enlarge and view as slide show. With a top-notch wooded siting on a big lot at the end of a cul de sac in the unique neighborhood of Brown’s Wood, the Wales House is a post-and-beam, Mid-Century-Modern home designed by…

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The Nelson House Featured as Boston Globe Home of the Week

Yes! Another Home of the Week for Janovitz + Tse/Modernmass. By John R. Ellement GLOBE STAFF  APRIL 19, 2016 The way the story is told in the book “Breaking Ground: Henry B. Hoover, New England Modern Architect,” the architect pondered how to design a house that took advantage of a rocky outcropping with views of Boston while preserving…

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Sold: Hoover-Hill-Designed House in Weston

75 Robin Road, Weston. Offered at $1,780,000. Photos by Lara Kimmerer, except as noted. Click any to enlarge and view as slide show. [Sold $1,780,000].   The house is always its site. This was the operating principle of Henry B. Hoover, one of the Boston area’s earliest Modernist architects and co-designer — with his partner,…

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