4 twin pond lane, lincoln | Edward C. Collins, 1972 OPEN house 3.14.2021 2:30PM - 4:30 PM
Located in the Twin Pond neighborhood, where low-key houses were integrated within the natural setting, that was laid out by by Lincoln architect Constantin Pertzoff. The land was purchased and sold by his wife, Olga Pertzoff.
This home designed by Edward C. Collins II in 1972, and an addition to the northeast wing of the house was completed in 1988, designed by Collins’ firm, then known as E. C. Collins II. Associates. The house was meticulously restored in 2012 including: replacement windows, replacement roof, updated spray insulation, all doors, flooring, and kitchen redesign. This 4-bedroom home has many ammenities.
Mr. Collins,(1929-2012) was born in Greenwich, CT, graduated from Williams College and earned a Masters of Architecture degree from Yale University. During a career that lasted more than 50 years, Mr. Collins designed unique private residences and pioneered condominiums in the form of cluster housing throughout New England and the East Coast. In the last decade, he worked on many restorations of historically significant buildings in Chatham, including the Atwood House Museum and the restoration of the Chatham Orpheum Theater.