Trees, the leaves turning colar now, surround the home which is spacious and luxurious inside and out. And yet it is minutes from the heart of South Egremont, MA., a pre-Revolutionary town in the historic Massachusetts Berkshire County. There -- throughout and unforgettably-- the old and new come together.
Home featured in NY Times. A 1400's barn from Kent county, England, serves as the the 1,000 sq foot, 3-story great room with ancient wood beams, is part of this home.. Only 2 1/2 hours from NYC to the historic New England village of South Egremont..
The home is a spacious four-thousand square feet with two fireplaces, three sitting rooms, five comfortable bedrooms and six bathrooms. There also is a large in-ground swimming pool and small pond on this seven-acre wooded property located on a private road on a hill above the small, historic town of South Egremont. WiFi internet via satellite is provided as well as Direct-TV.
The home is very close to the Appalachian trail and many other scenic Berkshire Mountain hiking trails as well as fine-dining restaurants. It is a short distance to a number of renowned summer theaters, as as wells as historic Tanglewood, the summer home of the Boston Symphony orchestra. South Egremont is about 20 minutes from Stockbridge, home of the .Norman Rockwell Museum and an hour south of the famous Clark Museum of art in Williamstown, and Mass MoCA contemporary art museum in North Adams.
The home may be in the woods but only 10 minutes from shopping in Great Barrington, which includes renowned gourmet food stores , supermarket shopping, clothing boutiques, and antique stores, . And, oh yes, a superb Japanese restaurant that can rival New York and Boston's best.
The Catamount Ski area is five minutes west on the New York Stat border. Butternut Ski area is 15 minutes away in Great Barrington and Jiminy Peak is 30 minutes north. Tucked away on a private mountain road, this luxurious, spacious mountain hideaway has room for your friends, family and pets. Gated In-ground Pool with diving board on the deep end, stairs going into the pool on the shallow end. Kids and dogs love to jump in and climb out. pacious and luxurious inside and out, yet minutes from the heart of South Egremont, MA, a pre-Revolutionary town where -- unforgettably -- the old and new come together. To Berkshire natives, the area of Western Massachusetts recalls memories of childhood vacations in the grandeur of its majestic green hills, of swimming in mysterious hidden lakes that dot the state and of family lunches and dinners at favorite restaurants on its country roads. To us the Berkshires have always been alive with music by the Boston Symphony orchestra at Tanglewood in Lenox, and rich in the famous folksy paintings in the fabulous collection at the Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge. Today, new memories are being born with innovative attractions that co-exist and blend with the natural beauty of the area....a rope adventure course in a forestry site where you'll be suspended on safety lines between the earth and the forest canopy as you scramble along any one of eight aerial trails of varying difficulty....new Berkshire restaurants like Brava, a wine and tapas bar in Lenox and Moe's Tavern in Lee where craft beer and American whiskey lovers mingle, and an old standby, Bagels Too in Pittsfield, has some of the country's best bagels outside of New York...In Arrowhead, take a tour of the 18th century home of Herman Melville where he completed Moby Dick. Then, on to the Old Creamery Co-Op in Cummington to pick up sandwiches and head to Savoy Mountain State Forest in Florida, MA for a swim in one of the crystalline.
Doggies are welcome!