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4.3 acres – Main Street Stockbridge

Offered by Sheila Thunfors and Randy Thunfors of Stone House Properties, this house is a gem—a historic beauty on an impressive piece of land in a highly desirable location.

A classic Main St Stockbridge residence on a remarkable 4.3 acres. Walk to shops, restaurants, town tennis courts, the library, the Stockbridge Golf Club, the Berkshire Theatre Festival and more. The David Dudley Field house c.1824 is steeped in history remaining in the Field family until 1984. The current owners have lovingly maintained and cherished this exceptional property for 40 years. The gracious interior is bathed in natural light and full of beautiful period details. Front and back staircases, pocket doors, built-in shelving, exceptional fireplace mantels, beautiful floors, etc. The carriage barn is a delight. An exceptional property perfectly located in the center of Berkshire activities. Lenox and Great Barrington are each only a quick 10 minutes away.

What’s the most compelling thing about this property?

The most compelling thing about this gracious Main Street home is that it sits on an extensive 4.3-acre lot.

For whom is this house perfect?

It is perfect for anyone who appreciates the architectural details of a circa 1824 home with light, bright interior spaces. It is also perfect for history buffs and for anyone who likes to be close to Berkshire cultural and recreational venues.

What’s the most fun thing to do within five miles of this house?

So many things! Hike Monument Mountain and Ice Glen. Play tennis on town courts. Walk to the library, post office, shops and restaurants. See a play at the Unicorn. Join the Stockbridge Golf Club. Enjoy year-round programming and exhibits at the Norman Rockwell Museum, Naumkeag and Chesterwood. Tour the Mission House. Swim, kayak, fish on Stockbridge Bowl.  Attend concerts at Tanglewood. And the list goes on!

If this house could talk, what secret would it tell about its history?

From its beginning as the Stockbridge parsonage, this property remained in the David Dudley Field family from the 1820’s to the 1980’s. The Field family history is extensive with notable sons serving in the House of Representatives and on the Supreme Court. Another son was part of the investment group that laid the first transatlantic telegraph. And one more secret is that the acreage is covered in a sea of glorious blue bells each spring.


Interested? Contact Randy Thunfors

Stone House Properties

Office: 413-232-0233

Mobile: 413-446-0725


38 Main Street

West Stockbridge, Mass.

Interested? Contact Sheila Thunfors

Stone House Properties

Office: 413-232-0234

Mobile: 413-441-5005


38 Main Street

West Stockbridge, Mass.


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