58 Yokun AveLenox, Massachusetts, 01240Estados Unidos
8 BD5 BAMoradia
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This grand lady, w/8 bedrooms, 8 fireplaces, 5 full, 3 half baths, tennis, pool/pool house on 6.1 acres in fab walk-to-lenox location. Elegant yet easy, children and adults delight in the open, light-filled rooms that have enchanted since 1879 when ''Shingle Style'' design first came into Vogue. With tasteful modern updates, she is known as Gusty Gables. She is ready to welcome her new residents!Three floors of dynamic living space include: a breath-taking entry foyer, 8 fireplaces, 8 bedrooms, 5 full and 3 half baths, formal and informal dining rooms, Great room, spacious modern kitchen, stunning hard wood floors throughout, finished attic, parlor, library, 7 entrances each with private porch/entrance, screened porch + entirely updated heating and electrical system with radiant heat on main floor and all bathrooms plus back up generator, and distinct architectural details. Gusty Gables provides a year-round residence in a quiet, walk-to-town neighborhood. The park-like setting creates a memorable local for both everyday activities and milestone events, complete with established perennial beds and tremendous mature trees.The Gables is also celebrated for its history and architectural pedigree... Renowned Architect Charles F McKim modeled ''Gusty Gables'' as the standard for excellence with its Shingle Style design in 1879. More importantly, it is also a home that possesses warmth, laughter, and up-to-date modern comforts. From the gorgeous entryway with sweeping staircase to the stately rooms, nooks and crannies (complete with secret passageways!) this fabulous estate maintains its integrity while taking a whimsical, light-hearted approach to the modern Berkshire lifestyle. Just 2.5 hours to NYC & Boston."...Its roofline is a complex juxtaposition of gables, dormers, bays, and overhangs. The upper stories are an explosion of shingle shapes. The towering Chimneys appear like random exclamation points on this lively structure." Excerpt taken from Houses of the Berkshires: 1870-1930, by Richard S. Jackson, Cornelia Brooke Gilder Acanthus pressre: Gusty Gables, 1879, page 52.This thoughtful estate with 2 parcels is the place where memories are formed and returned to again and again...