"Jackson Hole in the Berkshires” has a commanding mountain presence on 72± lush acres with views to Vermont, Williamstown proper and Mt. Greylock. To add to the ultimate privacy, the property is surrounded by the 2600± acre Hopkins Memorial Forest owned by Williams College. While offering the utmost in privacy and tranquility, the house is minutes down the hill to the burgeoning North County cultural and recreational amenities fueled by MassMOCA, Williams College, Williamstown Theatre Festival, the Clark Art Museum and Jinny Peak.
Designed by a famed Jackson Hole architect and constructed with beams hand hewn in Montana and shipped to Williamstown, the 10,000± ft* residence has two levels, a first floor Master bedroom and 4 other bedrooms, all with baths ensuite. The common rooms are grand in scale, dominated throughout with signature massive beams, stone and birch flooring.
With attention to detail and no compromise on quality one can't help but appreciate the property's excellence. From the stunning 30’ ceilings of the Montana beamed great room; an 8’X 8’ granite island in the kitchen with Sub-Zero appliances and Wolfe stove; a dinning room that comfortably seats 12 and offers a built-in buffet with with refrigerated drawers, wet bar and liquor cabinet; 3 large granite fireplaces; to the club room which features a bar with stone counters, refrigerator and dishwasher drawers and microwave. Each room thoughtfully designed to appreciate the spectacular views this property offers. Offering a feeling of space, and ultimately privacy, the property is just minutes to Williamstown Center.
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