Designed by legendary architect Marcel Breuer, this stunning home in the Berkshires also includes a 900-square-foot guest house.
The Robinson House was designed by Bauhaus-educated architect and furniture designer
This midcentury gem features all of the classic elements that the architect is well-known for—a binuclear floor plan, sculptural butterfly roof, the brilliant use of stone, glass, wood, and steel, and a natural indoor/outdoor flow. Now, this modernist estate is
Privately set on 42.5 acres of land in the foothills of the Berkshire Mountains in Williamstown, Massachusetts, this architecturally significant
The property also includes a separate 900-square-foot guest house, a gorgeous swimming pool, frontage on the Hoosic River, as well as private access to Hopkins Forest conservation land. Scroll ahead for a look inside.
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