Nestled in the tranquil hillside is this circa 1760’s gentleman’s horse farm. This estate offers graceful country living and quiet beauty, and is steeped in our American history, once part of a 700-acre dairy farm. The current owners have lived and loved here for 47 years. Once inside, you’ll find the antique patina of an era gone by as well as many modern amenities. A new addition built in 2001 offers an exquisite great room with a Field Stone floor-to-ceiling fireplace, French doors allowing for brilliant light, wood floors, more French doors to a Goshen Stone patio. Upstairs is a two bedroom en suite, private, and inviting. A modern kitchen was built in 2017 with stainless steel appliances, and granite counter tops. There are 5 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, an intimate formal dining room, a formal living room with an antique era Beehive fireplace. A city man’s dream come true. Over 4000 square feet of country living, a total of 3 en suites, upper and lower porches, patios, a 5-stall horse barn, heated shop, storage areas, room for 4 vehicles, an outside 110′ x 50′ lighted riding ring, and an in-ground heated concrete pool with mature landscaping throughout the property. YOU will not want to leave once you arrive. Call today for your exclusive showing.
What’s the most compelling thing about this property?
The most compelling thing about this property is the total package of all that it has to offer: a beautiful location in Northern Berkshire County; in the country but yet moments from town; richly steeped in American History; built in 1760 with additions in 1860 and the final “Great Room” in 2001.
For whom is this house perfect?
The house is perfect for a variety of lifestyles: a family, a horse family, a “gentleman farmer”, a B&B, or an inn.
What’s the fun thing to do within five miles of this house?
Horseback riding, swimming hole at the corner of the street, hiking, Williamstown Theatre Festival, the Clark Art Museum, Williams College, MASS MoCA, and more.
If this house could talk, what secret would it tell about its history?
The house was built in1760! Need we say more?