Crane Lake
Historic Property on Crane Lake, MA.
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One of the most desirable properties in Western Massachusetts is now for sale. Located in an area equidistant between Northampton and the Berkshires, this early 19th Century center-gabled Gothic Revival  and attached 200 year old barn, renovated for living,  defines historical charm along with first-class interior design and decoration-- top quality fittings and fixtures, imaginative use of space, and a level of comfort not found in many historic renovations.  Privacy is guaranteed on this peaceful 140 acre parcel of open space,  mature woodlands and an old mill pond.  Berkshire East Ski Resort is less than a 10 minute drive away.
 
 
         The main  farmhouse was built in 1840 and retains
       most of its architectural details. 
 

    A large deck overlooks old stone foundations,  gardens, majestic 100 feet tall white pines and an old mill pond. 

Crane Lake -- Swim and fish during the summer, ice skate during the winter.
 









 
An 18th Century barn was dismantled in upstate New York and reassembled behind the farmhouse.  The barn addition includes raised paneling, exposed chestnut timbers and wide pine floors.  The floor plan offers a large living room with a 26 foot stone fireplace and chimney,  a large rustic chef's kitchen with a maple butcher block center island, Vermont soapstone counter tops and new appliances.  A formal dining room,  study,  full bathroom and spacious bedroom complete this beautiful addition to the main house.


 
The house, barn addition, mill pond on 10 acres are available for $599,000. 
 
A 60+/- acre adjacent lot with substantial water frontage is available for $100,000 The entire property can be purchased for $890,000. 
 
An additional 75 acres, directly across the street and with 1600 feet of road frontage, is priced at $240,000.


 
                    This 25' stone fireplace is the focal point of the 
                      rustic interior of the barn.
 



                                                                                                     
                                                                                                       Stonehenge