310 Old Stockbridge Road

Other, NY 01262 Directions
Listing Courtesy of Compass Greater NY, LLC.
$12,500,000
  • 13Bed
  • 11/4Baths
  • 20,821Sqft
  • 89Acres
  • 1885Built
  • OtherArea

Property Highlights

  • Neighborhood: 99
  • Style: Arts&Crafts,Estate
  • Exterior Features: Balcony
  • Price/Sqft: $600
  • Days on Market: 204
  • MLS: 6077379

Property Highlights

  • Neighborhood: 99
  • Style: Arts&Crafts,Estate
  • Exterior Features: Balcony
  • Price/Sqft: $600
  • Days on Market: 204
  • MLS: 6077379

Elm Court, an extraordinary Gilded Age estate, was designed in 1886 by Peabody and Sterns as a summer residence for Emily T. Vanderbilt and husband William D. Sloane. Expanded multiple times during their tenure, the home includes over 65 rooms. It survives as the largest shingle-style residence in the US and was the last Berkshire ''cottage'' to remain with its original family until sold to the current owners in 2012. The grounds, designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, include woods, open fields, walled gardens, follies, and framed vistas culminating with frontage on Lily Pond. Important outbuildings include Butler and Gardener Cottages, a caretaker's...

Property Highlights

  • Neighborhood: 99
  • Style: Arts&Crafts,Estate
  • Exterior Features: Balcony
  • Price/Sqft: $600
  • Days on Market: 204
  • MLS: 6077379

Elm Court, an extraordinary Gilded Age estate, was designed in 1886 by Peabody and Sterns as a summer residence for Emily T. Vanderbilt and husband William D. Sloane. Expanded multiple times during their tenure, the home includes over 65 rooms. It survives as the largest shingle-style residence in the US and was the last Berkshire ''cottage'' to remain with its original family until sold to the current owners in 2012. The grounds, designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, include woods, open fields, walled gardens, follies, and framed vistas culminating with frontage on Lily Pond. Important outbuildings include Butler and Gardener Cottages, a caretaker's house, a carriage house & stables, greenhouses and 2 barns. Significant renovations were accomplished in the early 2000s. Continued work is necessary to bring the estate to current standards. Situated just a mile from Lenox village on 86 lush acres. Simply breathtaking in its grandeur, it is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Elm Court, an extraordinary Gilded Age estate, was designed in 1886 by Peabody and Sterns as a summer residence for Emily T. Vanderbilt and husband William D. Sloane. Expanded multiple times during their tenure, the home includes over 65 rooms. It survives as the largest shingle-style residence in the US and was the last Berkshire ''cottage'' to remain with its original family until sold to the current owners in 2012. The grounds, designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, include woods, open fields, walled gardens, follies, and framed vistas culminating with frontage on Lily Pond. Important outbuildings include Butler and Gardener Cottages, a caretaker's house, a carriage house & stables, greenhouses and 2 barns. Significant renovations were accomplished in the early 2000s. Continued work is necessary to bring the estate to current standards. Situated just a mile from Lenox village on 86 lush acres. Simply breathtaking in its grandeur, it is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

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  • Lot Details
    • Has Water View: 1
    • Lot Description: Wooded, Private
    • Water: Well, Public
    • Waterfront: Lake/Pond/Stream
  • Additional Information
    • Basement Description: Full, Walk-Out Access
    • Elementary School: Call Listing Agent
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    • High School: Call Listing Agent
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    • Living Area SqFt: 20821.00
    • Middle School: Call Listing Agent
    • Middle School District: Call Listing Agent
    • Parking: Detached, 4+ Car Detached
    • Sewer: Septic Tank
    • Style: Arts&Crafts, Estate
    • Tax Amount: 69553.00
    • View: Mountain(s), Panoramic
    • Year Built: 1885
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