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Two-Bedroom Townhouse in Historic Village Green

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Built in 1941 by a team of architects led by Reginald D. Johnson, the sixty-four-acre condominium community known as Village Green was modeled after the Radburn plan, emphasizing communal space over private, and maintaining a separation between pedestrian and automotive traffic. Declared a National Historic Landmark in 2001, the development contains 629 units of one, two, or three bedrooms, one of which just hit the market. Asking price for the two-bedroom, one-bath, 982-square-foot upper unit is $249,900, and the listing notes a Homeowner Association fee of $349.
· 5238 1/2 VILLAGE GREEN [Redfin]