The gray custom-built contemporary house at 75 Birch Hill Road sits on a property of just over two acres near the center of Weston.
This house was built in 1968, about three years after the end of midcentury modern period, yet it dovetails perfectly into the 21st century way of life. And just as iconic architect Frank Lloyd Wright set his mid-century modern masterpieces near water features, this property also contains a pond.
The “sleek, sophisticated, light and bright” house is set back from the road in the heart of Weston on a level and lightly wooded property of just over two acres looking as much like a contemporary sculpture as like a residence. Honoring its private setting located on a cul-de-sac, this house invites indoor-outdoor living. It features a large wrap-around raised deck with a stainless steel cable railing and curved stairway to lower patio — perfect places for al fresco dining, relaxing, or simply enjoying the view, and a second smaller deck/covered front porch.