This magnificent property is sited directly on Queechy Lake in the Berkshire Hills. Enjoy stunning lake and mountain views from sunrise to sunset. No compromises were made in the construction, finish work or materials to completely renovate and expand this lakefront masterpiece. A formal entry leads to the great room with the original field stone fire place. A bank of windows takes in the full view of the lawn running out to the lake and the adjoining screened porch and large back deck provide outdoor living space no matter what time of day. The top of the line kitchen will not disappoint. Entertain in this eat-in kitchen with fireplace, lake, meadow and mountain views!! Double sinks, double dishwashers, large granite island, gorgeous cabinetry and an adjoining pantry.
What’s the most compelling thing about this property?
This home was designed by Jim Dixon and built by Bill Stratton. The craftsmanship and attention to detail are amazing! The grassy lakefront and south-facing view of the lake and hills are beyond compelling!
For whom is this house perfect?
Any one! This home could be a phenomenal primary home as well as a vacation retreat.
What’s the fun thing to do within five miles of this house?
Queechy Lake is just a few steps outside your back door! In the summer it is great for swimming, boating, fishing, kayaking. In the winter you can ice-skate, ice-fish, play a game of hockey or x-country ski! If you need a break from the lake, Hilltop Orchard, Balderdash Cellars Winery, and No. Six Depot cafe are all just a short drive away.
If this house could talk, what secret would it tell about its history?
This charming lakeside property incorporates materials salvaged from a prior structure. The stone fireplace is built from the stones of the original cottage.