All “decked” out! This impeccable Colonial home offers 3 levels of finished living space and multiple levels of decking. Savor the peaceful surroundings and hillside views on 19 acres and the sound of a babbling brook. Features include 8 rooms, 4 bedrooms and 2 full baths and 2 half baths. There is an impressive mudroom/laundry room with a vaulted, pine paneled ceiling, with access to both the garage and kitchen. The kitchen, is well-appointed and designed for convenience, has beautiful cherry cabinetry, quartz counter tops and stainless-steel appliances. Attractive sliders access the huge upper deck and there is a formal dining room off the kitchen. The living-room is stunning with a tile faced fireplace, wooden mantel, hardwood flooring and access to the upper deck. The front foyer is open and gracious allowing a circulate flow for ease of entertaining. Upstairs, the spacious master bedroom has a large walk-in closet, a private en-suite and updated tiled shower, double sinks and heated floor. Three additional bedrooms share a full bath and complete the second floor. The lower level is tastefully finished and has a full kitchen, half bath and all appliances are included in the sale. The impressive double doors and 12’ opening, flood the lower level with an abundance of natural light and access the lower deck and hot-tub area. Additional amenities include a custom built 2-car attached garage with workshop space. The second floor of the garage has a beautiful picture window and skylights. The room is an open span with trusses allowing for a vaulted ceiling, adding additional height and space. There is a Generac generator, Super-Stor hot water tank and Smith boiler. Located in the desirable town of Bernardston, this delightful home is offers privacy and is move-in ready.
About Bernardston, MA
Bernardston is a small rural town in north central Franklin County, on the border between Massachusetts and Vermont. East and west of the town’s center where Falls River runs, the hills Bald Mountain and Wildcat Mountain, respectively, rise steeply to elevations above 1,100 feet. Bernardston is characterized by fertile, agricultural soil and features a rich network of rivers and streams that flow from springs in the surrounding hills and mountains.
Bernardston was first settled by the survivors and families of soldiers who had fought in a skirmish at the "Great Falls" in 1676 during "King Phillip's War". The town was formed as “Falls Fight Township” in 1734 then later changed to Bernardston in 1762, when the town petitioned for incorporation.
Bernardston is a 30-minute drive north on I-91 from Northampton and a short 9-mile drive from Greenfield along the same route. MA Route 5 runs north-south, parallel to I-91, and Route 10 passes east-west through the southern part of town.