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Designed by Marcel Breuer and Walter Gropius in 1940, the Chamberlain Cottage is an iconic example of the Bauhaus movement. Located at the edge of the Sudbury River on nearly eight-acres, this home was lovingly restored and, at the same time, extensively renovated. Some of the distinctive and rare features include copper wall coverings, stone and wood building materials, cork ad cement flooring and an indoor Koi pond. Learn more about this property at Gibson Sotheby's International Realty:  Next-Level Additions to the Modern Home by Dwell
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