Contemporary home with a country flair, beautifully sited on 8.64 acres overlooking a picturesque spring-fed pond and well-maintained grounds. Chefs will delight in the well-appointed kitchen, offering a commercial grade, 5 burner gas-stove with griddle, a Broan Elite range hood, two Professional Series wall mounted ovens, and a Sharp in-drawer microwave. A center island paired with granite countertops compliments the hand crafted Crown Point cabinetry and the open concept living & dining room. Additional amenities include, 12” pine flooring from Hall Tavern Farm, pine paneled vaulted ceilings, multiple sky-lights, double windows, French doors and access to the wrap-around decking from every room. There is a 20 x 24 sun-room with 5 sliders for an immersive outdoor experience with the comfort of being indoors. Adding to the charm of this delightful home are two beautiful stone hearth’s both with reclaimed chestnut mantels and pellet stoves for warmth and ambiance. A one-car garage, aesthetically designed to accent the home, offers workshop space and a second floor for additional storage. Plus, cable and internet is available. An adaptable site for a home-based business or a retreat away from the busy city. Located in Shelburne and bordering Greenfield, you are minutes to the Mohawk Trail, I-91 and all major routes.
About Shelburne / Buckland, MA
Shelburne and Buckland (likely named for its abundance for hunting) are both known for being agricultural towns. Shelburne was initially settled along the coast of the Deerfield River and later spread East as the population grew. Mary Lyon, the Founder of the Mount Holyoke Female Seminary or, now known as, Mount Holyoke College, was born in Buckland in 1797 shortly after it was incorporated.
Shelburne Falls is the village that makes up the downtown business center for both Shelburne and Buckland. The Falls were previously known as Salmon Falls and considered an important fishing site for Native Americans. Well known features of Shelburne Falls include the Bridge of Flowers and the glacial potholes. The potholes are visible in the Deerfield River just South of the bridge which spans the river and displays an array of flowers from April to October. Shelburne Falls Bowling Alley is the second oldest bowling alley in the country, it opened in 1906.
Shelburne Falls is located along Route 2, the Mohawk Trail. It lies 10 miles West of Greenfield, 42 miles East of Pittsfield, and 28 miles Northeast of Northampton.