2 Angier Road, Lexington. Offered at $858,000. Click any photo to enlarge and view as a slide show. (Sale pending).
SOLD! Located in the Grove, a Mid-Century-Modern subdivision developed by Green and White, this bright and airy “Peacock Farm” style home was designed by renowned Modernist pioneer, Walter Pierce, and first conceptualized, built, and replicated in the Peacock Farm development. No space is wasted in this five-bedroom open-concept house, sited on almost one acre of land in close proximity to Estabrook and Diamond schools, as well as Kinneen Park, and Willard’s Woods conservation land. Central air conditioning throughout. Skylights and big windows bathe the main living area in natural light. Indoor and outdoor space flow in perfect harmony. With a huge deck off of the living/dining areas, the house is perfect for entertaining. A walk-out first level has a family room and two other bedrooms, one of which is used as an office. Unlike many Peacock Farm-style homes, this has an additional full-height basement for utilities, laundry, and precious storage. Designs exist for a possible garage addition. Any/all offers to be presented Monday at 4:00. Unlike Peacock Farm or Moon Hill, there is no neighborhood association and there are no architectural or appearance guidelines.
- Five bedrooms
- 2.5 baths
- 1804 s.f.
- .91 acre
- Oil hot water baseboard heat with a newer boiler
- Recent hot water heater
- High Velocity air conditioning
- Rubber roof
- No neighborhood association or rules/covenants
- Utility: $2065 on oil and $569 on electricity for 2015
Showings begin on May 6, with open houses Saturday and Sunday, May 7 and 8 from 1:00-3:00. Contact us here.
Read more here about the origin of the “Peacock Farm” house via the development of the neighborhood that gave it its name.