The art that fills this 1875 Concord Victorian will leave with the current owner, but the 4,383-square-foot mid-century modern studio that helped inspire the sculptor’s work will remain.
Previously owned by the Brooks School, the historic space has been renovated and restored. The art studio, which has soaring ceilings and lots of open space, was the school’s gymnasium/classroom building, but now it serves as Michio Ihara’s sculpting studio. Architect Carl Koch designed it in the 1970s.
The residence at 63 Wood St. has 3,155 square feet of living space and offers three bedrooms, four full baths, and five fireplaces. The property is listed for $1,998,000 and sits on a 0.95-acre wooded lot.
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