5-bedroom house built in 1910 by New England’s finest craftsmen, was remodeled in 2011 with a new kitchen, gas range, gas furnace, on-demand hot water, 3 bathrooms with one tub/shower, Internet & Dish TV--on 15 acres of forestland & waterfall view.
The Berkshire Gorge House sits beside the Green River above a set of river cascades, on the western slopes of Mt. Greylock. This 5-bedroom house was built in 1910 by New England’s finest craftsmen.
The house offers a new kitchen with gas range, new washer/dryer, refrigerator, dishwasher, on-demand hot water, three bathrooms with one tub/shower. There is Internet connection and Dish TV, dehumidifier and one working fireplace.
The Berkshire Gorge House is situated on 15 acres of private forestland, great for ski weekends, spring flowers, summer vacations, fall foliage and fishing trips (URL HIDDEN) The house is a five-minute drive from Jiminy Peak Ski Area, only 15 minutes from Williamstown, home of Williams College and a world-class summer theatre festival. Tanglewood is a thirty-minute drive as is the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art in North Adams. The property borders on the Mt. Greylock Reservation and the nearby road will take you to the top of the mountain, now designated by author J.K. Rowling as the North American home of Ilvermorny School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. (URL HIDDEN)
The Berkshire Gorge House sits on the original Clarence Smith Estate, whose main house has been converted into the Berkshires #1 five star French Country restaurant, The Mill on the Floss. The house, in the town of New Ashford, is approximately a three-hour drive from both Boston and New York City--convenient to Williams College, Fine Restaurants, Golf Courses, Jiminy Peak Ski Resort and more.
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The Gorge House is five minutes from Jiminy Peak Ski Area, fifteen minutes from Williamstown and thirty minutes from Tanglewood.
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The Gorge House is great for kids since there are 14 acres of forested land and the Green River running through the property for a cool dip beneath the waterfall.
This is a beloved historic family home. We ask that you treat it as your own, so that others may also enjoy its charm and integrity.
I am a working musician, composer and journalist in Portland, Oregon. I do a bit of travel and have rented our family home, the Berkshire Gorge House, on a short term basis since 2011.