Longfellow’s Oxbow is an extremely rare 45± acre parcel. Named after 19th century poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, who once owned the land and declared it to be his dream setting.
This is the only large undeveloped parcel of land on the market within walking distance of the center of Stockbridge.
Views, privacy, open space, and a mile of waterfront on the Housatonic River
Listed by Keith Ross
Longfellow’s Oxbow is an exceptional piece of land. Named after former owner, the 19th century poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, the site offers views, privacy, open space and over a mile of waterfront. The location is perfectly suited for a premier home with vast open fields and views in all directions. To the east there is the Naumkeag Estate, to the west is the lovely back meadows of the Norman Rockwell Museum, and to the north you see the Lenox mountains. Longfellow’s Oxbox is the only large undeveloped parcel of land on the market within walking distance of town. An idyllic setting to escape the hustle and bustle, yet minutes from the art, music and fine dining of Stockbridge Center.
45.83± acres with a run-in shed
5,826± feet of frontage on Housatonic River with potential to subdivide
120± feet of road frontage on Glendale Middle Road and 916± feet of road frontage on Butler Road
Perfectly suited for a premier home, or homes
Spectacular views in every direction
Abutting and overlooking the Stockbridge Golf Club and walking distance to Stockbridge Center
Terrific views across the river to conserved lands as well as toward the Norman Rockwell Museum lands
Significant road frontage along Butler Road and a small amount of frontage on Glendale Middle Road
Property could be divided into several lots depending upon the buyers’ interest in the property
Run-in shed for horses built by the current owner
Electric and water are on Glendale Middle Road and Butler Road