Gropius House

The Gropius House is a historic house museum owned by Historic New England located at 68 Baker Bridge Road in Lincoln, Massachusetts, United States.[4] It was the family residence of Modernist architect Walter Gropius, his wife Ise Gropius (née Frank), and their daughter Ati Gropius. The house was designated a National Historic Landmark in 2000 for its association with Walter Gropius, as he was an influential teacher and leader of Modernist architecture.[1][3] The house includes a collection of Bauhaus-related materials unparalleled outside Germany.[citation needed]

Gropius House
Gropius House, front view
Location68 Baker Bridge Road, Lincoln, Massachusetts
Coordinates42°25′37″N 71°19′37″W
Area5.51 acres (22,300 m2)[1]
Part ofWoods End Road Historic District (ID88000956)
NRHP reference No.00000709
Significant dates
Added to NRHPMay 16, 2000[2]
Designated NHLMay 16, 2000[3]
Designated CPJuly 8, 1988

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