Did we also mention this home comes with an elevator and not one, but two pools?
The current owners have spent years updating this antique house so you don’t have to.
A cutthroat market, social distancing, and competitive buyers don’t exactly blend well with the casual open house. Could the days of perusing homes for fun be over?
For hundreds of years, period details of this Revolutionary War-era home have been well-preserved, including murals painted on the walls by artist Rufus Porter.
Now’s your chance to own a little bit of the town of Harvard’s history: the former home of The Harvard Post is now up for sale.
People flock to this area in the fall to enjoy the colorful foliage, but you can enjoy it right from the glass porch on this 1900 Stockbridge home.
At Puttshack, the ball keeps score for you.
Lounge around the pool in the summer, or cozy up by one of the five fireplaces in the winter.
We’re not sure what the best part of this home is: the mountain views, the private sugar sand beach, or the smart home technology found inside.
This former factory still sports industrial traits like exposed brick and beams, oversized windows, and even the lingering scent of the chocolate once churned here.
Don’t miss the three-story Sky Lobby.
You’ve got a stately brick exterior and stunning wood panels with an elevator and gas fireplace. What more could you want from a combination of vintage and new?
If this home’s turret and wraparound porch wow you, just wait until you see the size of this yard.