For $3.35 million, a Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired home in Lincoln

Buying Luxury
Features of the home inclulde a 35-foot mahogany bridge and floor-to-ceiling glass walls. Richard Pasley

With its low-pitched roof, dramatic horizontal lines, and open floor plan, its clear that the architecture of 39 Tabor Hill Road in Lincoln has taken a page out of the playbook of the late architect Frank Lloyd Wright.

Peggy Dowcett of The Senkler Team at Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage has listed the home for $3,350,000. Located at the end of a private cul-de-sac on 5.02 acres, the property boasts panoramic views of Cambridge Reservoir through floor-to-ceiling walls of glass. Automatic gates and a fence surrounding the property allow for privacy.

A 35-foot mahogany bridge over granite formations leads to the entry on the second floor of this home. Here, the dining and living areas and kitchen share an open layout. The master suite, also found on this level, offers a study, a dressing room with custom cabinetry, and a marble bath with a sunken tub.

The home has four bedrooms in all.  The other three, found on the first floor, have en-suite baths. The library and family room are also on this level.

The lowest level of the home houses a family room, home theater, library with gas fireplace, and a Zen garden-like gallery.

The home, built in 2002, also offers two half baths and a two-car attached garage.

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