Gen. John Ashley House built in 1762, Sheffield, Mass.

This Week's Property of the Week has been around since America's earliest years. Check out this gorgeous historic estate!

A true American treasure, beautifully expanded yet perfectly preserved, might grace our market once in a lifetime!

What’s the most compelling thing about this property?

This sublime historic home is sited right at a bend of the Housatonic River with magnificent vistas.

Who is this house perfect for?

A large and growing family… with wings for every generation… pool and pool house, private croquet garden, TV theatre room; playhouse and both public and family spaces for all ages and more.

What’s the most fun thing to do within five miles of this house?

Just across the street, explore the rock formations, identify scores of birds and local flora and then hike to the top of Bartholomew’s Cobble for twenty-mile views. Ashley Falls is a perfect location for all the best of the Berkshires.

If this house could talk, what secret would it tell about its history?

Because it has been home to generation after generation of Berkshire families since revolutionary times, this amazing property reveals more and more day after day!

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Interested? Contact Nancy Kalodner

Cohen & White Associates

Office: O: 413-637-1086

Mobile: C: 413-446-1111

Email: nancy@cohenwhiteassoc.com

47 Church Street

Lenox, MA 01240

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