17 Stonehedge Rd, Lincoln, MA 01773, USA
For Sale, Pending Sale
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Vacation at home! This updated and expansive Deck House has everything you want in a stylish Mid-Century Modern house Walls of glass bring an indoor-outdoor symbiosis. Post-and-beam construction with cathedral ceilings for an airy feeling. A well-designed flexible floor-plan flow. The eat-in kitchen opens to a screened-in porch. Seven generously sized bedrooms, including a primary suite with a renovated private bath. Four total full baths. A level backyard with an in-ground swimming pool. Two-car carport. The walk-out first level includes a second fireplace and plenty of flexible work or play space, with two of the four bathrooms. Recent updates include mini-split AC; a 2017 roof; wood-burning fireplace insert in the welcoming living room; a 2015 hot water tank; an electric car charging station; and 200 amp electric service, and more. This special property offers privacy while enjoying the sense of community of the cohesive Stonehedge neighborhood of Deck Houses. Trails lead to Drumlin Farm, Weston Woods, and acres of conservation land, while the property is only a short bike ride to the commuter rail into Cambridge and Boston. A fabulous swimming pool completes the feeling of escape.
Other Recent Improvements by Current owners:
Open houses Friday, June 5 from 4:30-6:00, Saturday, June 6 from 12:30-2:30, and Sunday, June 6 from 12:00-2:00. All other showings by appointment. Please use contact form below.
|Approx. Living Area: 3,836 Sq. Ft.||Approx. Acres: 2.5 (108,750 Sq. Ft.)||Garage Spaces: 2 Attached, Carport|
|Living Area Includes:||Heat Zones: 3 Hot Water Baseboard, Oil||Parking Spaces: 4 Off-Street|
|Living Area Source: Public Record||Cool Zones: Ductless Mini-Split System||Approx. Street Frontage:|
|Living Area Disclosures:|
|Disclosures: Any/all offers will be reviewed noon Tuesday 6/8.|
|2||32X18||Fireplace, Ceiling – Cathedral, Ceiling – Beamed, Flooring – Hardwood, Main Level, Deck – Exterior, Exterior Access, Open Floor Plan, Slider|
|Dining Room:||2||16X14||Ceiling – Cathedral, Ceiling – Beamed, Flooring – Hardwood, Main Level, Open Floor Plan|
|Family Room:||1||32X15||Fireplace, Ceiling – Beamed, Exterior Access, Open Floor Plan, Slider|
|Kitchen:||2||26X14||Dining Area, Main Level, Exterior Access, Open Floor Plan|
|Master Bedroom:||2||16X14||Bathroom – Full, Ceiling – Cathedral, Ceiling – Beamed, Main Level, Dressing Room|
|Bedroom 2:||2||13X10||Ceiling – Cathedral, Ceiling – Beamed, Main Level|
|Bath 1:||2||Bathroom – Full|
|Bath 2:||2||Bathroom – Full|
|Bath 3:||1||Bathroom – Full|
|Sitting Room:||2||14X10||Ceiling – Cathedral, Ceiling – Beamed, Main Level, Open Floor Plan|
Other Property Info
Deck House is based in Acton, Massachusetts. The roots grew — pardon the pun – out of Acorn Structures, a trailblazing company founded in 1947 by John Bemis and the legendary Techbuilt and Snake Hill architect Carl Koch (see info here). Acorn developed a very different sort of aesthetic over the intervening decades.
Meanwhile, Deck was founded in the 1950s by William Berkes, a Gropius disciple out of the Harvard Graduate School of Design. Those new to this site can click many of the links to the right to read about Gropius, TAC, his firm, and the various residential projects in Boston’s western suburbs. Deck House remained more mid-century modernist in look and principle than Acorn.
After a change in ownership, the company has been back in local hands for years.
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