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Grace Golden of Equine Homes Real Estate offers a glorious 61.6-acre property with a warm and embracing Colonial farmhouse and a five-stall horse barn. An analysis of potential changes in Berkshire real estate practices. Geoff Wilcox reports on the ‘transformation” of a run-down gambrel-roofed home in a small town in Massachusetts. Plus, recent sales, gardening columns and more.

Here’s what we have for you this week in The Edge Real Estate section:

  • Property of the Week – Grace Golden of Equine Homes Real Estate offers a warm, inviting Colonial farmhouse with five-stall horse barn on 61.64 beautiful acres where every season is magical.
  • Transformations – Geoff Wilcox of The Country Shepherd in Chatham, N.Y. takes us through the restoring and rebuilding of a hybrid gambrel-roof home in a small town in Massachusetts. The project took three years to complete.
  • Weekly real estate transactions for Berkshire County, Northern Litchfield County and Columbia County.
  • Market Perspective – A settlement by the National Board of Realtors may bring changes to practices in the Berkshires. Here’s an analysis of what to expect.
  • The Self-Taught Gardener – The gardener at Hollister House Garden in Washington, Conn., approaches garden maintenance in a manner that Lee says is well worth considering.
  • The Lazy Berkshire Gardener – Jodi focuses on two topics this week—frost and weeds. It’s spring!

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Raymour & Flanigan set to open in former Pittsfield Bed Bath & Beyond storefront

The furniture company has also purchased the entire shopping center, The Shops at Unkamet Brook.

Bicycle Film Festival arrives in the Berkshires for the first time

Experience a day-long festival featuring two curated screenings of short films accompanied by family-friendly rides and bicycle-related vendors.

Celebrate LGBTQ+ Pride with Berkshire Pride: A week of festivities from June 1 to June 9.

Here is a sneak peek at what's in store for Pride Week 2024 in Berkshire County

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