PLEASE NOTE: THE HOUSE IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR RENT DURING JULY 2017.
Peaceful, quiet location on a dead-end road, overlooking trees, meadow and the Berkshire hills. On two acres. Bright, sunny, and spacious country home.
Downstairs is an open floor plan with kitchen, living, and dining areas. The kitchen has microwave, toaster, toaster oven, new refrigerator, new dishwasher, Cuisinart thermal coffee maker and is fully stocked with pots, pans, utensils, and tableware.
The living area consists of a fold-out sofa and matching love seat, wood-burning stove, and built-in bookshelves with books, games, puzzles.
The dining area has a large old farmhouse dining table and a beautiful view of lush greenery and the Berkshire hills.
Off the dining area is a large deck that runs the length of the house. Half of the deck is screened in with skylights and the other half is open air. There is a gas grill, table, chairs, and swinging love seat. Perfect peaceful spot for outdoor dining.
Downstairs also has spacious half bathroom and mudroom.
Upstairs are three bedrooms and two full bathrooms. The master bedroom is large and bright with king-sized bed, en suite bathroom, double cedar closets, high ceiling with fan. The en suite bathroom has skylight, combination tub/shower, spacious vanity, new toilet, and plenty of shelf space.
The guest bedroom has queen-sized bed, window, and skylight, large cedar closet, and ceiling fan.
The child's bedroom has twin-sized bed and pullout sofa; dresser, cedar closet, small desk and chair, bookshelves with children's books, and peaked ceiling with fan.
The hallway bath has skylight, combination tub/shower, new toilet.
Nearby are dozens of lakes for swimming; walking and hiking trails; ski slopes; state parks with swimming, canoeing, picnicking; and of course all the cultural activities and historic sites of the Berkshires. Charming small town with general store, library, and churches.
Near Great Barrington, voted Best Small Town in America by Smithsonian Magazine!
Charming stores, cinema, performing arts venues, acclaimed restaurants, antique stores, ice cream and coffee shops.+ More