The Berkshire Scenic Railroad Museum has decided to lease their historic train station. Built in 1893, the building is listed on the National Registry of Historic Places. It was purchased by the Jack and Jane Fitzpatrick charitable High Meadow Foundation in 1997. Jack refurbished the entire building, platform and grounds. It is available for retail use, as a restaurant or pub, professional offices, event space or wedding venue.
What’s the most compelling thing about this property?
This building is much loved by people throughout the southern Berkshires, for its historic importance as the Stockbridge train station, for its beauty and for its association with many happy community events held there.
For whom is this property perfect?
This is perfect for anyone looking for a charming and distinctive location for retail use, a restaurant or pub, professional office, or as an event space or wedding venue. The space has character, and is flexible.
Why is this location attractive?
Location, location, location. This building is on busy Route 7, the main thoroughfare of the Berkshires, just south of Main Street in Stockbridge and about ten minutes north of downtown Great Barrington. It is beautifully situated, set back from the road with abundant room for parking.
If this property could talk, what secrets would it tell about its history?
It would tell you about all the fascinating people who came and went from this depot when the trains were running. And about its loving renovation by former owner State Senator Jack Fitzpatrick, owner also of The Red Lion Inn.