Real Estate in the Boston Area : Modernism Specialists
Middle Ridge
Modern Rentals

Modern Rentals

We are not as fast to post occasional rentals we list. As a consequence, the house at Demar, which we had listed, was also rented before we posted here as a rental listing.  
New Listing in Lexington

New Listing in Lexington

8 Demar Road. $624,000. Check out the full post below.
Expanded and Updated Lexington Techbuilt

Expanded and Updated Lexington Techbuilt

Photos by Lara Kimmerer (interior) and John Tse (exterior). Click any photo to enlarge: 8 Demar Road, Lexington $624,000 What a value! Never mind the stylish mid-century modern design; where else in Lexington will you find a meticulously maintained, four-bedroom, three-full-bath house, with a master suite, and 2192 square feet of living area, a roughly...
Historic Techbuilt in Lexington

Historic Techbuilt in Lexington

Click below post for all photos. 4 Turning Mill Road, Lexington: $449,000 The first model home for the Lexington-based Techbuilt Corp. in the Middle Ridge neighborhood, this 1956 Techbuilt home has lived up to its original forward-looking vision. The house was one of a dozen featured on the Lexington Historical Society’s Modernism Tour. Designed by revered...
Historic Techbuilt in Lexington

Historic Techbuilt in Lexington

Photos by Lara Kimmerer (interior) and John Tse (exterior). Click any photo to enlarge: 4 Turning Mill Road, Lexington: $449,000 (Sold) The first model home for the Lexington-based Techbuilt Corp. in the Middle Ridge neighborhood, this 1956 Techbuilt home has lived up to its original forward-looking vision. The house was one of a dozen featured...

A Sign From Yesteryear to Begin the New Year

Interesting article in the local Patch for Lexington (quoting John Tse) about a recent discovery of an old sign for sales of Carl Koch’s Techbuilt houses in Middle Ridge/Turning Mill, as described in a recent post of mine.
19 Demar Rd. in Lexington -- Techbuilt Classic

19 Demar Rd. in Lexington — Techbuilt Classic

SOLD: Designed by Carl Koch, the “Grandfather of Prefab” (Progressive Architecture, 1994), this Techbuilt classic, a three-bedroom, two-and-a-half bath 2615 s.f. home is a fine example of the pioneering modernism that Koch applied to mid-century homebuilding as returning GIs and a surge in Boston-area technology firms created more demand for housing young families. Bill Janovitz...