Solitude and peace in the woods, yet minutes away from downtown Great Barrington. 5 Bedroom Log Cabin on 11.5 Acres located on the backside of Butternut Basin. 2 full baths, 2 Master Bedrooms with Queen size bed in each, one on the first floor and one on the second. The second
floor has 3 additional bed rooms: one with full bed, one with 2
twin beds and one room with pull out queen sofa bed. HD TV with cable
offered. A private office has high-speed Internet available, computer
printer, fax and answering machine is located on the first floor.
Kitchen is fully equipped and opens into dining and family room. From
the front porch there is an expansive yard perfect for children and
Authentic log home with loads of character. Set back hundreds of feet
off Lake Buel Road on a private drive for complete privacy. Property
consists of 11.5 acres of lush protected forest with hiking trails out
of our back yard with the Appalachian Trail 1/4 mile from the back
door. Minutes from the town center of Great Barrington, only minutes to
Tanglewood, Jacobs Pillow, The Berkshire Playhouse, The Shakespeare
Co., the Norman Rockwell Museum, golf courses, shopping, hiking and
Why settle for a plain old vacation when you can have a travel experience, with style and exciting new adventures at every turn? Come see the spectacularly scenic Berkshire Mountains a beautiful place to visit any time of year!
Summer in the Berkshire is synonymous with Tanglewood, the summer home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra and a venue for popular and jazz artists. Cultural offerings run the gamut from the evocative Americana illustrations of the Norman Rockwell Museum to the Impressionists and Old Masterâ€™s of the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute. The Williams College Museum of Art has an active schedule of American, Asian, and contemporary art exhibitions. MASS MoCA is on the cutting edge of the art world; its sprawling mill complex is filled with large-scale contemporary art. Stage and screen stars return each summer to practice their craft at the Williamstown and Berkshire Theatre Festivals; the Bard rules at Shakespeare & Company. Hancock Shaker Village provides fascinating insights into the Shaker way of life. For gardeners, two must-see Berkshire estates: Naumkeag and The Mount Estate & Gardens.
Berkshire County is ideally located, just 2 Â½ hours from both Boston and New York City. The Berkshires is known widely as a cultural mecca of museums, historic sites, music, dance and art venuesâ€”and features a host of fine dining and lodging facilities,
In addition to arts and cultural venues, the region also offers outstanding opportunities for golfing, hiking, backpacking, mountain biking, fishing, whitewater rafting, canoeing and kayaking. Winter sports include alpine and cross country skiing, snowboarding and snowshoeing. All of these activities take place amid spectacularly scenic rural hills, dotted with mountain streams and lakes. Visitors are also delighted to discover an incredible range of retail establishments, from antiques dealers to outlets to myriad specialty shops.