64 baker bridge road, lincoln | 1956 Carl koch | walter gropius | henry B. Hoover
On 10+ acres of land, this home has been expertly crafted by three renowned American architects. Originally designed by Carl Koch and personally sited by then neighbor, Walter Gropius, the home was expanded in 1968 by Walter Hill of Hoover & Hill. Features include a butterfly roof, cathedral ceilings and single floor casual living. Recently refreshed with new paint and hardwood floors. An oversized four-car garage boasts additional work or studio space. A separate entrance offers bonus space for a potential professional office or au pair suite.