Golden hill farm
 
 
 
WELCOME

ABOUT OUR PROPERTY: 
Our VRBO Berkshire vacation rental is a charming historic family farmhouse with lots of room and comfort surrounded by 22 acres. Built in 1782, our farm was famous for breeding Plymouth Barred Rock chickens. About one hundred years ago, one of these barred rock roosters won the grand prize of $2000.00 at Madison Square Garden in New York City, that’s a lot of cash for the 1800’s! Many other grand prizes were won as well, and thus our rental unit has a built in wall safe that was used back then to hold the winnings (we don’t have the combination to the safe, but we have left a stethoscope there if you would like to try to crack the code.). 

Owned by the Bradley family, the farm was one of the first and largest dwellings in the area. To this day, the street is named Bradley St. after them. The river runs through our little valley, which sometimes brings bald eagles, ospreys and great blue herons migrating through. There also is a train track that brings an old fashioned freight train through, and you can even book a ride on the  Berkshire Scenic Railway, which runs in the summer and early fall.

Whether you would like to visit the Berkshires for everything it has to offer, or are planning a wedding, reunion or other special event and need a place for your family to stay, we would love to talk with you more about how we can help. Please look at our pictures, and check our links. Feel free to contact us with any questions, we’d love to hear from you.

FEATURES:
•	Private entrance
•	Three air conditioned bedrooms with, king, queen, and full beds respectively, each with a good sized closet. 
•	Two bathrooms, one with a full bath and one with a shower. One on each floor. 
•	Dishwasher
•	Washer and dryer
•	Pull out, full size, sleeper sofa downstairs for kids or extra guests. 
•	Formal dining room plus a breakfast nook located in the kitchen. 
•	Tons of living space: living room, sitting room, a glassed in front porch, and a big yard. 
•	Plentiful parking including enough space for a boat or RV if you need it. 
•	Crib and high chair available upon request

LOCAL ATTRACTIONS: 
•	Downtown Lee is about 3 minutes away, Lenox about 5, Stockbridge is about a 10 minute drive.
•	Tanglewood: 10 minutes	
•	Jacobs Pillow Dance Festival: 15 minutes
•	Norman Rockwell Museum: 15 minutes
•	Clark Art Museum:45 minutes
•	Cranwell Spa & golf: 5 minutes
•	Canyon Ranch Spa: 10 min
•	Lee Prime Shopping Outlets: 5 minutes
•	Bousquet Ski Area: 15 minutes
•	Ski Butternut: 20 minutes
•	Jiminy Peak Ski Area: 30 minutes
•	October Mountain State Forest: 2 minutes
•	Bear Town State Forest: 10 minutes
•	Hancock Shaker Village: 25 minutes
•	Mass MOCA: 45 minutes
•    Silvio Conte National Archives
•	Shakepeare and company
•	Kripalu center for Yoga and Health
•	Six Flags: 45 minutes
•	Greenock Golf Course in Lee
•	Pittsfield Country club
•	Berkshire Visitors Bureau
•	Berkshire Scenic Railway




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