On the Market: Bull Hill Farm
Size: 3,552 square feet, 14.5 acres
Set on over 14 acres in Western Massachusetts, Bull Hill Farm was built in 1785 for the daughter of a Revolutionary War colonel and her husband. Since then, it’s had just four owners, and it’s been restored with antiques and colonial-style finishes—most recently by interior designer Samuel Botero.
The property includes a main farmhouse, a Civil War-era barn that functions as a guest house, a greenhouse, and a small animal barn. Inside the main house, original wide-plank floors and high ceilings are found throughout. The home has a breakfast room with garden views, two formal parlors, a family room with a fireplace and taproom, three bedrooms, and two baths.
The guest barn has a sleeping loft, a gourmet kitchen, and a stone loggia with a fireplace and patio. Other outbuildings are positioned down a woodland path near a marsh and pasture. Gardens and landscaping are by local designer, Nancy McCabe.
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