This historic House On Main Street was known as the Victorian Tourist & Antique House in a by-gone era. It was originally constructed in the mid 1700's and was moved to this site, near where Fort Hoosac previously stood, around 1830. The house was visited by such famous personalities as President Woodrow Wilson, who enjoyed Thanksgiving dinner here in 1914. There were many additions and renovations before it was fully remodeled in 1986, taking great care to preserve the quality features of the house. Today there are five spacious, airy bedrooms, a great room, den & large country kitchen for our guests to enjoy.
In our latest remodel, we have included a Pro-Style 6 Burner Gas Jenn-Air Range, new living room furniture custom made by Taylor King and high end Serta mattress sets from the iComfort, iSeries and Perfect Sleeper collections, even a 48' Flat Screen TV, a BluRay DVD player with free Netflix, Amazon Prime, Pandora, YouTube and other viewing and listening services.
Attractions you can walk to from the house: Williams College, Williams College Museum, Clark Art Institute (The Clark - museum), Williamstown Theatre Festival, Williamstown Film Festival, Images Cinema, Chapin Library of Rare Books & Manuscripts, Taconic Golf Club, Where'd you get that? Inc. (Great toy and game store), In Touch Day Spa, Water Street Grill
Nearby Outdoor Fun/Attractions: Jiminy Peak Ski Area, Thunderbolt Ski Trail, Berkshire East Ski Area, Mount Greylock State Reservation(year-round hiking and winter snowshoeing), Sweet Brook Farm (Alpacas, Maple Syrup and more!), Hopkins Memorial Forest (3000 acres in three states just 1 mile from the house), Taconic Trail State Park, Mountain Meadow Preserve, Waubeeka Golf Links, Donnybrook Golf Club,
Nearby Indoor Fun/Attractions: Mass MoCA (Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art), Bennington Center for the Arts, Norman Rockwell Museum...