Historic New Marlborough farm comprises of two houses, barns, wholly unique garden house, and an antique ice house. Surrounded by 18 acres of pastures, lawns, and perennial beds, complete with a brook and pond. The 1890 main house and circa-1900 second residence both maintain their striking period characteristics combined with newer mechanicals and new roofs. Both homes enjoy porches and long-range views. The barns also have new (metal) roofs. Commanding property awaiting next steward.
Berkshire - South
EXTERIOR FEATURES :
Barn/Stable, Landscaped, Mature Landscaping, Outbuilding, Paddock, Porch
Comprising five villages in the Southern Berkshires, New Marlborough has a history deeply rooted in agriculture. Today the quiet community, incorporated in 1775, is mostly rural and residential, and boasts...