The GORGE! 60 divisable acres bordering Stevens Glen, a waterfall & 70' ravine cut into solid rock. The acreage borders BNRC conserved lands & is minutes to Tanglewood. Several elevated sites can be cleared for bold views across the valley. The historic gorge is where Mr. Stevens erected a platform for 900 carriage-borne dancers in 1919. A parcel w/a very unique water feature and pristine woods.
Nearly 60 glorious high view meadow acres on the Richmond, MA border. Only 15 minutes to Tanglewood. The land consists of 4 contiguous acres of fields divided by hedge rows and is protected by a conservation easement. A building envelope at the highest point with 360 degree views has been defined. Used for hay and zoned for agricultural activities including horses and other livestock. Build your ideal home in this most desirable VIEW location!
18.5 acres of fields and forests abutting the 2600 acre Williams College Hopkins Forest with terrific southwest view over the Taconic Range. There is 766 feet of frontage, a nice stand of sugar maples, and old sugar shack for boiling sap to maple syrup, a small field in the front and another in the back. An existing woods road extends through the property. Northwest Hill is a scenic Rd.
Aptly named Sky View'' for its panoramic view of the Old Chatham country side, this 5200 sq.ft. contemporary perches on the hillside surrounded by 26 acres of meadows, paddocks and 2 acre private pond. The residence offers 6+ bedroom, 4 baths, an open floorplan, fully finished garden level living area, and space to host friends and the extended family. Multi-faceted, this asset rich property is suited for a multiple combination of uses like a family compound, second home, rental asset, or equestrian facility.
This 1880 colonial farmhouse is nicely sited on a knoll overlooking the hayed acres of meadowland, the vistas over abutting Williams College's 2600 acre Hopkins Forest and sunset views of Mt. Greylock. The rambling home has 10 rooms, 5 bedrooms , 3 fireplaces, attached garage and barns. The ''bones'' are good and the location unbeatable, but the house does need some updating.
Longfellow's Oxbow consists of 45 acres within walking distance of the center of Stockbridge. This large undeveloped parcel offers Views, Privacy, Open Space and a mile of River Frontage. Ideal for a premiere home or homes with vast open maintained hayfields, and views to Naumkeag, the back meadows of Norman Rockwell Museum and overlooking the Stockbridge Golf Club. Once used as a polo field, there is a run-in shed for horses. Longfellow's Oxbow is named after the poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow , who once owned the land.With high conservation potential, it is possible to both build and conserve in this highly desired Stockbridge location.
This 59 acre lot is the most spectacular in Northern Berkshire today! With 1589 feet of frontage on scenic Northwest Hill Rd, the southwest facing land is dominated by open fields, two ponds, beautiful forests and the best views possible of Mt. Greylock and the Taconic Range. The property abuts Williams College's Hopkins Forest, a 2600 acre preserve.
Absolutely one of a kind, Do you remember when you were 10 and would escape to your tree house to enjoy no sound other than the relaxing rustling of leaves in the breeze? You can have that wondrous feeling again with the absolute quiet and privacy of the 5 bedroom, 4 baths, 3 story Treehouse set on 100+/- acres just 3 miles from Tanglewood. Designed by famed architect David Sellers, who was twice named as one of the top 100 architects of the world, and noted for bringing the "outside in"; the Treehouse is fully constructed with trees. The property offers both open and high ceiling common rooms along with cozy spaces. Heavy use of natural materials with tree beams and stone gathered from the site for the main massive fireplace Multiple balconies on all 3 levels with possible 360 degree views