The Butterfly House -
What does it look like to live in a piece of history?
A sprawling stone building, elegant and comfortable, with spectacular southwest views of the Moshassuck River stocked with trout for fly fishing, and lush green lawns- your 16.7 acre pastoral estate!
Lincoln’s “Butterfly House” is a building steeped in history. Built in 1812 and originally used as a factory, the previous owners painstakingly transformed it in the 1940’s into a stylish single family home with attached artist loft, garages and workshop. The current owners continued the mission to improve and enhance the house and the grounds, while respecting its rich history.
From the moment one pulls into the cobblestone circular drive you know you have arrived somewhere special. This much-admired home with every modern amenity, five beds and four and one half baths spread over three levels, a very generous wrap deck to take full advantage of the sweeping lawns and tranquil river. Indoors and out this home offers an unrivalled life style.