Wait till you see this view! Privately set back on a quiet country road this post & beam, passive solar home on 3.51 acres is one special property. The perfect year round sanctuary for those looking for an ideal escape and who love the outdoors. The interior comfortable and cozy, the outside surrounded by wooded countryside, and views for miles. Upon entering you will find new flooring throughout the open concept design. The exposed beams, high ceilings, and living area are filled with beautiful light from the many large windows. The 1st floor has a bedroom and full bath, the 2nd an open balcony that leads to the master, where plenty of closet space and a full bath make it easy to call this home. There are tons of bonus spaces as well, the partially finished basement would make a great office, or guest space, and the oversized two car garage fits all your toys, or hobbies. The location is close to multiple ski resorts, whitewater rafting, hiking trails, and much more.
Leyden is a rural community with less than 1,000 year-round residents. The town is home to John Riddell, who invented the binocular microscope, and Kirke Brown, who sculpted George Washington on horseback which is at Union Square in New York City as well as many other statutes that are placed around the Capitol. Today the town is largely known for its maple sugar production.
Leyden is mostly forested: Leyden Wildlife Management Area is a major open space property with about 3 miles of public trails. Leyden sits on the eastern border of the Berkshires and sits along the valleys of the Green River.
Leyden lies on the Northern border of Massachusetts, sitting South of Guilford, VT, East of Colrain, West of Bernardston, and North of Greenfield. Northampton is 28 miles to the South and Brattleboro, VT is 12 miles North via I-91 but no state routes or highways pass through the town itself.