clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

Renovated midcentury modern in Lincoln asks $1.15 million

New, 1 comment

The rustic redoubt 30 minutes from Boston was redone in 2019 and 2020, and includes four bedrooms

A long, airy, rectangular sunroom off a house.
The sunroom is one of the highlights.
Photos via Coldwell Banker

It’s not that difficult to find pitch-perfect midcentury moderns in the outer reaches of the Boston region, particularly in the Town of Lincoln.

Walter Pierce, the late architect noted for helping popularize modern design in general in the suburbs, did a lot of work in the area, for one thing. For another, Lincoln and its environs were built up around the time the style took hold. Whatever the reasons, midcentury moderns proliferate thereabouts. The latest case in point is 54 Conant Road.

That 2,798-square-foot house dates from 1959, and includes four bedrooms and two bathrooms. It’s the product, too, of a major overhaul in 2019 and the early part of 2020 that saw a fresh kitchen installed and the addition of two extra rooms downstairs (never mind a new roof).

The airy, angular spread on about 4 acres is asking $1.145 million through Coldwell Banker’s Senkler, Pasley & Dowcett team. Dive in.

A two-story, rectangular house with a peaked roof, and the house is surrounded by a rustic yard.
The house dates from 1959, but the roof is new.
An open living room with a peaked ceiling and a large brick fireplace.
The house hosts two fireplaces.
An open, sparse kitchen with a large island.
The kitchen was part of the 2019-2020 renovation work too.
A small bedroom with a bed beneath a sloping ceiling and thin windows up top overlooking woodlands.
There are four bedrooms total, each with pastoral views.
A bathroom with a long vanity and a basin sink.
This is one of the two bathrooms.
A sparse rectangular home office with a desk and a chair beneath a window.
Note the ceiling.