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  • Ashintully Gardens

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    Available as a filming location. The gardens blend several natural features – a stream, native deciduous trees, a rounded knoll, and rising flanking meadows – into an ordered arrangement with …

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    Blantyre

    Robert Paterson acquired the Lenox estate of 220 acres called "Highlawn" from the Dorr family. He tore down the modest house, keeping the outbuildings. Hence, the Carriage House Stables and …

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    Cherry Hill Stockbridge MA

    Filming location in the Berkshires, Cherry Hill in Stockbridge, MA.

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    Chesterwood Estate

    A visit to Chesterwood takes you into the environment that inspired one of America’s greatest artists. You’ll see the same view of Monument Mountain that convinced Daniel Chester French to …

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    Cranwell

    Available filming location. Now Cranwell Resort and Spa the tudor style mansion dates from 1894. It sits on 380 acres of land along Rt 20 in Lenox, Massachusetts. There are …

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    Eastover

    Eastover Estate and Retreat is a 600-acre sanctuary and holistic retreat center, three minutes from down town Lenox.

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    Edna St. Vincent Millay Society

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    1892 farmhouse on 191 acres of sculpted and natural property including fields, woodlands, wood road, gardens, ruins, hilltop tennis court with exceptional views, eight other buildings ranging in eras from …

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    Elm Court

    Elm Court is 55,000 square feet and is the largest American Shingle Style home in the United States. It contains 106 rooms, and was built by William Douglas Sloane and …

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    Jersey Girl Farm

    55 acre farm in Hinsdale with 360 degree mountain views. Open fields and beautiful old growth forests. Many streams and small waterfalls. Charming farmhouse on property too.

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    Lake Buel House

    See photos at www.ck-archutects.com/portfolioimages/lakehouse/lakehouse.html

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