Full Description: Designed by Doak Martin and influenced by Frank Lloyd Wright, this home is an outstanding example of American Architecture at its' finest. The current home was originally built in 1953 for Mr. and Mrs. Albert Green, who sold the home 10 years later to the Silver Family of Boston. Boston Film Producer, Andrew Silver currently owns the home with his family and he has used the home as his main office for his latest feature film "Radio Cape Cod". The home's natural surroundings provide a sanctuary that allows creativity to flow in abundance while also providing the functionality of modern technology such as wireless internet service. This modernist masterpiece is unique to New England and a landmark in mid-century modern American architecture.
It is a 3 hour drive to Manhattan, 45 minutes to Boston, 1 hour 15 minutes to Cape Cod, and 10 minutes to one of the best shopping malls in Massachusetts (Solomon Pond Mall).
Situated on a breathtaking piece of land nestled in the hills of Northboro, Mass, the home named Whipsuppenicke is a sight to behold.
The home was built on a very special piece of land that was occupied by Native Americans and European settlers hundreds of years ago. History tells us that the property was formerly part of the Marlboro Plantation in 1656. Although the home that now exists was built hundreds of years after the native inhabitants of the land moved on, the site still carries the original beauty that was enjoyed by the people who lived there long ago.
Home on 3.5 acres, looks like 7 acres and is adjacent to four vacant lots ready to build that average 4+ acres each!
Seller Will Finance at Competitive Rates
Five 4-acre Lots also available