The Luke House at Sennott Park is the perfect blend of Cambridge history and modern luxury. These two luxury homes represent the intersection between innovation and history offering an option for the next generation of Cambridge residents. Originally known by historians as the Luke-Scully-Burns House, this Mansard Victorian built in 1855 has a rich history and was once inhabited by notable Cambridge residents. The Luke at Sennott Park, which once served as a rectory for the nearby St. Mary of the Annunciation Parish, has undergone a complete transformation that still honors its Cantabrigian roots. The Luke House was designed by Peter Quinn Architects as two attached single-family-style units to serve as a modern, functional space for the next generation of Cambridge residents.