The Jonathan Woodbridge House, 1806, exhibits the classic hallmarks of Georgian design: elegant proportions, symmetry and magnificent carved Palladian details. The eleven gracious rooms retain original Georgian details and moldings and include four bedrooms, two parlors, a library/office, two grand halls, two baths and six fireplaces. Few structures in the Berkshires possess this degree of both architectural and historical significance. The house has undergone a complete restoration with modern amenities including custom kitchen/great room, new mechanicals and restored chimneys. The property includes nearly three acres of gardens and woods. Located in the highlands of western Massachusetts it is equidistant to the cultural amenities of the Berkshires and Northampton, MA. Welcome home.
Updated on November 1, 2022 at 6:57 pm