In 1950, group of about 60 homes were built in Lexington and had one unusual feature – an 8-acre area shared by the homeowners.
Two of the original homeowners have decided to sell their homes at the Five Fields development. That leaves only two sets of original owners living the homes designed by famed-architect Walter Gropius, according to an article in the Boston Globe.
Herb and Ruth Weiss bought the house for just $26,000, but
now the asking price is $1.25 million. People with a wide range of backgrounds
settled in the new development in Lexington.
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