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Expanded Five Fields Property

13 Barberry Road, Lexington $1,249,000 (Sold for $1,360,000) Click any photo to enlarge and view as a slide show: A special offering of a modernist classic, renovated and expanded in 2010. The Bogen House — designed by Herbert L. Bogen for his family and featured in the Architectural Record in 1962 — strikes a sleek…

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Five Fields Playground

Matter Design’s architectural play equipment encourages kids to crawl, jump and fly Dan Howarth | Published 22 hours ago 1 comment Intersecting wood-clad volumes create a playground for children in a Massachusetts suburb to scurry through, clamber over and zip-wire from. The Five Fields Play Structure was designed by Brandon Clifford of Matter Design and…

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Five Fields Gem

SOLD: 464 Concord Ave. Five Fields, Lexington. Offered at $899,000. Photos by Lara Kimmerer unless otherwise noted. Click any photo to enlarge and view as a slide show.  Great opportunity to own in the highly sought-after Five Fields neighborhood for under $1 million. Sited back from the road on a private wooded backyard abutting conservation, the…

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Grand 2002-Built Five Fields Home

2 Barberry Road, Five Fields, Lexington. Offered at $1,895,000 (Sold) Photos by Lara Kimmerer unless otherwise noted. Click any photo to enlarge and view as a slide show. Open houses Saturday, September 17 1:00-3:00 and Sunday, September 18, 12:30-2:30. Contact us with questions or to request a showing.  A rare opportunity to own this 2002-built* grand…

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Sold: Five Fields TAC-Designed Home

32 Barberry Road, offered at $1,275,000. Sold: $1,200,000.  Interior photos by Lara Kimmerer. Exterior by John Tse. Click any to enlarge and view as a slide show. This extremely well-maintained Modernist classic luxuriates in a professionally landscaped half-acre lush lot in the highly sought-after, historically significant Five Fields, a pioneering neighborhood designed and developed by…

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Five Fields in the Boston Globe

  A truly excellent and comprehensive article by Linda Matchan that captures what makes Five Fields so special. Link here. Excerpt: …It is part of a small, tightknit, and, for its time, radical community of modernist homes known as Five Fields. The neighborhood, established in the postwar 1950s by a group of local architects, including…

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Ezra Stoller Shots of Five Fields

  In the past, we have posted some shots of Six Moon Hill from architectural photographer, Ezra Stoller. Here are some from Five Fields as it was being developed and soon thereafter. From Stoller’s bio on the Esto site: Ezra Stoller was born in Chicago in 1915, grew up in New York and graduated from…

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Sold: 11 Barberry Road, Five Fields

Click any photo to enlarge: Photos by Lara Kimmerer (interior) and John Tse (exterior) (Sale pending) We are thrilled to offer this listing of a classic Five Fields TAC (The Architects’ Collaborative) house, the first time this house has been available since it was designed and built in 1953. Expanded since, it strikes a remarkable…

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Sold: Five Fields

Photos by Lara Kimmerer (interior) and John Tse (exterior). Click any photo to enlarge: 26 Barberry Road, Lexington $985,000  We are thrilled to have the opportunity to market this large modernist house in one of Lexington’s most significant modernist neighborhoods. Originally designed by The Architects Collaborative (TAC), in the highly desirable mid-century modern community of…

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