EXTRAORDINARY OPPORTUNITY WITH ENDLESS POTENTIAL. A 560-ACRE BERKSHIRE FARM 5 MINUTES FROM OTIS RESERVOIR WITH OPEN FIELDS, PASTURE, HUNDREDS OF ACRES OF FOREST, POND, 1,700’+ PEAK, AND A CLASSIC NEW ENGLAND FARMHOUSE. Astounding acreage with vast potential in the current market. A well maintained four-bedroom farmhouse with large country kitchen, extensive post and beam barns including a 20+ stall horse barn, incredible views, privacy, and unmatched solace. Once called Lincoln Farm as well as ”The Hollywood of the East” during the silent movie era, this is a generational property with a rich heritage, a wealth of natural beauty and wildlife, long road frontage, and a fantastic location, yet down a very quiet country lane. This rare opportunity will not last at this price.
What’s the most compelling thing about this property?
560 unspoiled, incredible, beautiful acres.
Everything one can imagine from a 1700-foot peak, to 25± acres of pasture, colonial-era roads, foundations for homes from before the civil war, hundreds of square feet of timber-framed barns, a solid, traditional four square New England farmhouse, and wonderful privacy, all just 5 minutes from Otis Reservoir.
And did I mention 560 acres?
For whom is this house perfect?
Perfect for those who love the outdoors and nature, value privacy, seek solace, hike, fish, hunt, explore, ATV, XC-ski, wander…
Anybody looking for the most incredible full-time home or part-time escape for family and friends – this is the complete opposite of city living in every way imaginable.
Possibilities are truly endless…
What’s the most fun thing to do within five miles of this house?
The Berkshires are at your doorstep. Otis Reservoir is just 5 minutes away.
But this land is like having your own state forest. Your own ranch. Your own 560 acre farm.
Get outdoors, unplugged, now…
If this house could talk, what secret would it tell about its history?
Many famous westerns and melodramas, and even parts of Shirley Temple’s “Little Rebel,” were filmed here. This farm-estate was known before and after World War I as the “Hollywood of the East”. One visit to see this wondrous property and you will know why. Call. Now.