The 3,467-square-foot house at 144 Upland Road northwest of Harvard just hit the sales market. The 3-BR, 2-BA spread was designed by the late Paul Rudolph, Yale architecture dean and champion of Brutalism (he probably loved Boston City Hall). Built in the late 1950s, 144 Upland is all about open space and sunlight from floor-to-ceiling windows. And never mind exposed beams: This number features exposed steel
The seven-room house, which the Hammond listing calls "the rarest offering of the spring market," wants $2,000,000 even. Stay tuned.
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