Real Estate in the Boston Area : Modernism Specialists
midcentury modernism

Evergreen Design Principles Learned from MCM Design

From a favorite site of ours, buildblog, some lessons learned from mid-century modern home design. builblog post

New Listings

Keep an eye on this site for new modern home listings next week. We have a mid-century modern home in Lexington in the mid-$600,000s and a newer converted loft in Belmont in the low-$600,000s. In coming weeks, we hope to have a few more.

New Video Tour of Lexington’s Mid-Century Modern Neighborhoods

  Hope you enjoy this tour that we put together. Here is a smaller, “mobile” version of the same:  

Latest Boston Magazine Post – The Real Estate Heretic

Yesterday I sat down with Walter Pierce, a 90-something year-old architect who designed the “Peacock Farm” house and developed one of the first modernist/progressive neighborhoods in the Boston area. I hope to run the interview in this space and at my modernmass.com blog next week. But chief among the subjects on which I wanted to hear...
10 Moon Hill - The Sills House For Sale

10 Moon Hill – The Sills House For Sale

(SOLD July/2010) In the June 1950 issue of Architectural Forum magazine profile on the homes of Six Moon Hill, the Sills House, 10 Moon Hill Road, is described as, “designed for one of Six Moon Hill’s few non-academic couples, this carefully detailed house has reserve space to provide for future family growth… A slate floor...

Techbuilt Offered for Sale

There’s a nice expanded and renovated Techbuilt house for sale in Lexington’s Turning Mill/Paint Rock neighborhood. See the listing information and photos here. I would be glad to arrange a showing.