Turning Leaves Farm is an exquisite 18th C. light filled homestead on 112 tranquil acres, full of flowers, stone walls, meadows, walking paths & horseback riding trails. This historic home was once the main farm on Maple Drive, belonging to the family of Emma Cady, a famous Theorem painter at the end of the 19th C. who drew inspiration from the landscape of the property. The Center Hall Federal farmhouse with 4 BRs, 3 baths & 5 wood burning fireplaces, has been meticulously restored with attention to every detail lending this property an air of authenticity. There are several outbuildings on the property including a carriage house with a workshop on the 1st level & a fully equipped loft apartment that could be used as guest quarters or an artist studio, and an atmospheric bank barn. There are 4 ponds on the property including a swimmable 2-acre pond with a dock. Queechy Lake rights. 10 min to Chatham, 30 to Hudson, Great Barrington & Lenox and a little over 2hrs from NYC & Boston.
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