Here’s the midcentury-modern home you’ve been waiting for. Set on a knoll and overlooking wooded land beyond, this Walter Pierce-designed Peacock Farm-style house features all the hallmarks of this pioneering plan: soaring ceilings; post-and-beam construction; big walls of windows for an indoor-outdoor feeling; a free-standing fireplace; and a split up-and-down floor plan. The huge living room windows and glass door overlook the patio, where you’ll enjoy cool drinks and a wooded view that will make you feel like you’re on vacation. In addition to the finished walk-out first level, there is an unfinished basement for utilities and storage. Newly finished hardwood floors and interior painting. Vintage Lightolier fixture in foyer. The roof is circa-2006. Unlike many homes of the style and era, there’s an additional detached A-frame 2-car garage with an additional carport bay, a loft, plumbing, multiple 220v outlets, and a 6-foot mechanic’s pit for those who enjoy working on cars. Lovingly maintained by the same family, original owners since 1959. Located about a mile from Lexington center on a side street of similar homes, you won’t want to miss this one.
See below attachments: plot plan and driveway easement details. It will be available for showings beginning on Friday, April 29. Open houses Friday 4:30-6, and Saturday and Sunday 1-3:00.