Photos by Lara Kimmerer. Click to enlarge and view as slideshow. 

[SOLD for $1,050,000.] THIS is the one! Located on the corner of a cul-de-sac, this large, updated, and expanded mid-century-modern Techbuilt home was designed by Modernist pioneer, Carl Koch. It features a 1000 s.f. 2006 addition which includes a new kitchen, master bedroom, dining room, family room and mud room. Serene light-filled dining room with vaulted ceilings that opens to formal living room, with the extra-large windows one hopes to find in contemporary homes. The kitchen has granite counter tops, custom cabinets, and new appliances, open concept to family room. Mud room with large closet. Post-beam construction allows wide open space and flexibility in floor plan changes. Five generously sized bedrooms including a large master with full bath and walk-in closet. New Andersen windows throughoutShort walk to the new Estabrook School and conservation land. Bonded optional membership in Paint Rock swimming pool.

17 Demar Road. offered at $949,000.. Showings begin September 9. Open houses September 12/13, times to be determined. Any/all offers to be presented September 15 at 5:30. Contact us to arrange a private showing or with questions.

  • 3030 s.f. lof living area
  • .70 acre corner lot
  • Five bedrooms, two-and-a-half baths (all updated)
  • Four zones of hot water baseboard heating fuel by oil
  • Programmable thermostats
  • New driveway 2012
  • 2006 upgraded to 200 amp electric service with circuit breakers
  • 2006 Anderson windows throughout entire house, except forfeited windows overlooking deck and front entrance side light glass
  • Built-in bookcases
  • All existing bathrooms renovated (sinks, cabinets, toilets, floors)
  • 2006: New lighting throughout
  • All new smoke/CO detectors – hard wired with battery backup
  • Carport with storage space and large room that can be used as a workshop or other uses
  • 20’ x 33’ deck
  • Entire house wired for cable
  • Verizon FiOS system in place

 

Floor plans, original blueprints, and survey. Click to enlarge and view as slideshow:

 

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  If you’re dyed-in-the-wool, DON’T COME! If you think early Georgian or Late Cape Cod is just the berries, forget we came in. But if you and your kith enjoy plenty of room and light, believe a house should be designed to live in — not merely to exist in, like the idea of getting maximum space per buck — then let’s talk. We’d like to explain and show you our concept of a new type of lighthearted living that we deeply believe in — the Techbuilt House.

More Techbuilt memories. Click to enlarge and view as slideshow.