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Lenox Historic In-Town Beauty

Tonia Scalise and Stacy Chojnowski of William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty offer the rare chance to live the Berkshire life in an historic beauty.

In-Town Lenox Historical Treasure: The Worthington House circa 1815. Live in one of Lenox’s most sought-after neighborhoods on Cliffwood Street. Exceptional location is steps to Lenox art, shopping and dining district as well as near Kennedy Park for walking and hiking. Just minutes to Tanglewood for the ideal Berkshire setting. Incredible private retreat is created with mature landscaping surrounding the expansive rear yard and wrap-around porch and rear mahogany deck. Experience the charm and history in the Federal simple style antique kitchen, den and first of three fireplaces. Enter into the formal living and dining fireplaced rooms with bold and vibrant colors. Floor to ceiling original windows fill the room with natural sunlight. Dr Worthington’s heir bequeathed the house to The Church on the Hill.

Placed on the Mass. Historical Commission and National Historic Register as The Worthington House. Dr Worthington practiced medicine until 1919. The property was later bequeathed to The Church on The Hill in Lenox and used as a parsonage and for social events. The style was modified to Italianate 1850-1890.

What’s the most compelling thing about this property?

From this house, you can easily walk into one of the most beautiful towns in the Berkshires. You are one block away from the charm and culture of downtown Lenox, Mass., yet private and peaceful.

For whom is this house perfect?

This house is perfect for anyone who loves to meander in town for all it has to offer—incredible food, quaint shopping and New England charm as well as art, antiques and culture…and minutes to Tanglewood and hiking trails.

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

This house is close to everything that makes the Berkshires special. In a short walk, you can experience the charm and the sweet noises of the downtown Lenox buzz, yet you can also just sit quietly watching the world go by from the privacy of your front porch. And Lenox is so centrally located that you can easily enjoy theater, shopping, music, films, skiing, hiking, swimming—all the Berkshire attractions are nearby and accessible.

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

This house in on the Historic Register. Once the home of a prominent local doctor, his family bequeathed it to the Church on the Hill in Lenox. Many wonderful social events have been held in its parlor and elegant dining room.  This house could tell you lots of stories about the people who were entertained here.

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Interested? Contact Tonia L. Scalise

William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty

Office: 413-881-2100

Mobile: 413-822-0574

Email: tonia.scalise@sothebysrealty.com

34 Church Street

Lenox, Mass.

Interested? Contact Stacy D. Chojnowski

William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty

Office: 413-881-2100

Mobile: 413-281-2569

Email: Stacy.chojnowski@sothebysrealty.com

34 Church Street

Lenox, Mass.

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