Sitting above the William Cullen Bryant homestead and overlooking the Westfield River valley below sits the beautiful and scenic Bryant Farm. Located at the end of a dead end road and incorporating 296+/- acres (292 acres in APR), this farm stretches as far as the eye can see. The house and original barn were built in 1870 for Frances Bryant, the daughter of the famed poet. A working dairy farm for four generations, the farm is now ready for a new chapter and the possibilities are endless. There are approximately 80 acres of hayfields, 30 acres of pasture and almost 180+ acres of beautiful and tranquil forests.The only noise one hears from up here is the many species of birds and wildlife and the sound of the wind as it blows through the fields and trees. The 5000+ sf antique home is in need of renovation. The exterior has been done for you with new roof, siding and many new windows. There is a gorgeous new kitchen and bath on the main floor but the rest of the house needs renovation.
Updated on April 30, 2021 at 1:52 am