Host and entertain in the embodiment of Gilded Age sophistication with the finest details and craftsmanship captured by this iconic masterpiece. Built in 1912 as a summer ”Cottage” for Harley Procter, of Procter & Gamble, the Inn has hosted everyone from John Williams, Arthur Fiedler and Yo Yo Ma to Paul Newman and Norman Rockwell. The historic mansion is a centerpiece and crown jewel of the town, located in the heart of Lenox village with easy access to all Berkshire attractions. A rare opportunity to enter the rich cultural heritage of Lenox and the Berkshires. Turnkey and awaiting your fresh energies and ideas! The Inn boasts 11 luxurious bedrooms with private bathrooms, a full restaurant, bar and the only piano lounge in town. 3-bedroom owner home included.
What’s the most compelling thing about this property?
For whom is this house perfect?
This house is perfect either for a large family or for people who enjoy entertaining and hosting their friends and family. The house has so many interesting spaces that everyone will be comfortable.
What’s the most fun thing to do within five miles of this house?
This property is accessible to all the wonderful Berkshires attractions. Tanglewood, Shakespeare & Company, Kennedy Park and the fascinating downtown Lenox shopping areas are close neighbors, but within minutes you will find all the other tantalizing things to do in the Berkshires — restaurants, theaters, more shopping, movies, gyms, hiking, swimming, and more.
If this house could talk, what secret would it tell about its history?
This house could tell you about the fascinating business deals that the first owner, Harley Procter of Procter & Gamble, put together right in its living room. And, because this was the site of the first Michelin star restaurant in the US, it could make your mouth water with descriptions of the meals served here.