Here’s your chance to slide right into a turn-key stylish and impeccably maintained midcentury-modern Peacock Farm-style home in the Grove neighborhood. The living room and dining room side was extended, a bump-out that not only creates more living area, but more light, via a wall of windows. The remodeled kitchen with hardwood floors is also filled with natural light. A primary suite includes a private full bath, while two other bedrooms on the top floor share a second remodeled full bath. Insulated windows throughout the home. The walk-out lower level features a family room, an office, a half bath, a laundry, and opens to a private patio. The lower level also leads to an attached two-car garage. Located in a neighborhood of similar homes, close to schools and a park/playground. The pioneering post-and-beam design (allowing for flexibility in the floor plan) by architect Walter Pierce has stood the test of time. No wonder Lexington buyers love these homes.
Propane-fired generator for peace of mind..
Coming June 1, with showings to begin June 3. Open house 1:00-3:00 June 4 and 5th. Offers to be reviewed 1:00 June 7.
The Grove is a pleasantly tucked-away neighborhood between Estabrook and Diamond schools, with Kineen Park and playground a stone’s throw. Under two miles to the town library and Lexington Center and minutes to major routes.
The Grove is a development of approximately forty contemporary style houses constructed between 1962 and 1965 in North Lexington, just south of the Rt. 95/128 corridor. It is the last of approximately six neighborhoods in Lexington which were developed with a split-level dwelling known as the “Peacock Farm” house. Like the original Peacock Farms development, The Grove was developed by Edward Green and Harmon White (Green and White). The original subdivision plan for Pine Ridge (as The Grove was first called) was submitted in 1959 but was not approved until 1961. Most of the houses were constructed between 1962 and 1964 by Benjamin Franklin Homes of Newton.