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Carolyn Umlauf

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Name | Carolyn Umlauf
Email | carolyn@harschrealeestate.com
Cell Phone | 413-822-7108
Office Phone | 413-458-5000
Company | Harsch Associates
Address | 311 Main Street

City | Williamstown
State | Massachusetts
Zip Code | 01267
About | I am a licensed Massachusetts real estate Broker in Berkshire County and also in Southern Vermont. As a Berkshire real estate agent I enjoy sharing my knowledge of the region along with the special features of each Berkshire County town with my buyers. Providing sellers with years of accumulated knowledge I can help them determine the best price, best marketing avenue, and best time to place their home on the market. I really enjoy people—all types and specifically helping individuals make choices suitable to their changing needs. In addition my own home is a treasured antique home built c.1760. The ability to match a buyer and home is where I excel. Tell me what you are looking for and together we will search until you have your dream home. As a full time real estate Broker agent at Harsch Associate, I can combine these two interests and create good outcomes with the support of a great staff of people, well educated and sophisticated in all areas of real estate sales.

Listings

$290,000

Charming North Adams Victorian

61 Marion Avenue North Adams, , 01247
  • 2,379 sq ft
  • 4 beds
  • 2 baths

Lovely period Victorian home 4 bedrooms/1.5 baths on the most lovely, quiet tree-lined street in North Adams. Spacious and beautifully updated kitchen and baths with strap ceilings, pocket doors and many original period details. Hardwood floors throughout, tile-surround living room corner fireplace; 2012 new gas Weil McLain boiler, thermopane

$695,000

The Clark-Young House

83 Sloan Road Williamstown, , 01267
  • 3,723 sq ft
  • 4 beds
  • 2 baths

Berkshire antique home for sale. Built c.1760 in Williamstown MA. Just minutes from Jiminy Peak Snow Ski Resort, Williams College, and The Clark Art Museum. Northern Berkshire County property. Offering acreage and barn along with beautiful well established perennial gardens and massive old trees.   Reputed to be the oldest wood frame structure in South Williamstown; part of the National Historic District; built by Samuel Clark ca 1760; sold to Revolutionary patriot William Young who maintained a Masonic Lodge on 2nd floor; Original details, paperwork/ deeds, Masonic chamber used during the Revolutionary period, lantern hooks and ceiling symbol; barn, brook, apple dwarf orchard; 2.7

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