This Bauhaus-style house built in 1982 at 72 Great Plain Ave., in Wellesley is soon headed for the teardown graveyard.
The Zoning Board of Appeals earlier this year okayed the demolition of this non-conforming structure, which will be replaced by a colonial of less than 7,200 sq. ft. on a nearly 30,000 sq. ft. lot. Zillow describes the current home, sold for $635K in March, as a”bold, one-of-a-kind space… perfect for entertaining and flexible living.”
The new building will have a smaller footprint than the existing one, though will be about three times bigger. Still, it won’t be so big that it triggers the town’s Large House Review process.
A tree service company has already been onto the property and a chain link fence now surrounds the structure.