Set apart by its inspired design and park-like setting, this modernist masterpiece was created by Cambridge architect Frederick Bruck, a student of Walter Gropius, and was featured in Architectural Record’s “Record Houses of 1965” representing the year’s finest new homes. Lushly secluded on sweeping grounds, this timeless, understatedly elegant residence is at one with the landscape and adds visual vitality to the clean lines in a design that lends itself to both large-scale entertaining and intimate everyday living. Set off by a dramatic fireplace, the soaring south-facing living room is brightened by floor-to-ceiling window walls bringing in nature’s sylvan beauty and opening to a garden terrace in a series of outdoor living spaces. Overlooking the living room is the loft-style dining room. An expansive first-floor wing hosts the primary bedroom suite featuring a sitting room with fireplace. This meticulously maintained home has an elevator, a generator and sophisticated HVAC system.