136 Weston Rd,
This turnkey 2001 Craftsman style home was created, not built, by an artist and patrons of the DeCordova Museum. Everywhere you look there are sophisticated choices in materials and finishes: mahogany doors with hardware by ER Butler, bird's eye maple flooring, Italian glass lighting from Leucos and Venini, hand painted silk fixtures by Fortuny, Murano glass sidelights, kitchen by Dalia Kitchen Design, interior paints by Pratt &Lambert from Donald Kaufman, and so forth. Generous in size, but not sprawling, there are four bedrooms, three baths and three half baths. For fun there are a billiard room, home theater with wet bar, and gym. The site is private on 2.5 acres with a long winding driveway. The gardens were designed by Zen Associates. Lincoln is well known for its efforts to conserve land, preserve its agricultural heritage, and for the excellence of its schools. For commuters it is easily accessible to Cambridge and Boston by rail or highway.