Great Barrington. This nine-bedroom contemporary home, built in 2007, is located on 119 acres with views of the lower Berkshires. Details include a media room, floor-to-ceiling glass walls, and an outdoor lap pool.
Among the nearby cultural institutions are the Norman Rockwell Museum and the Berkshire Theatre Group. $5,250,000. John Borden and Mimi Harson, Litchfield Hills/Sotheby's International Realty, (860) 435-5921.
Worthington. The Jonathan Woodbridge House was built in 1806 in a late Georgian style. Set on 2.3 acres, the four-bedroom home underwent a complete restoration in the 1980s.
Details include six fireplaces, a sitting parlor, French doors, and a sunroom with skylights. $795,000. Keith Ross, Landvest, (978) 544-5767.
Otis. Designed by an award-winning architect, this five-bedroom home overlooks Big Pond. Details include Brazilian hardwood floors, a floating staircase, and a great room with a vaulted ceiling and a stone fireplace.
The 2-acre property features a flagstone patio and a hot tub. $2,300,000. Nancy Kalodner, Benchmark Real Estate, (413) 528-2994.
Stockbridge. Set on 23.7 acres, the Wee House was built in 1925 and is located a short walk from the Norman Rockwell Museum and near Tanglewood. The five-bedroom residence features a solarium, a foyer with a winding staircase, and a master bedroom with a fireplace. Property features include a gunite pool, a large pergola, a greenhouse, and landscaped gardens. $2,200,000. Mary Jane White, Cohen & White, (413) 429-7611.
North Adams. Located just off Main Street, this three-story brick house is suitable for both commercial and residential usage.
Built in 1900, it features four bedrooms, 11-foot-ceilings, French doors, and hardwood floors, and it's within walking distance of the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art. $430,000. Kevin White, Harsch Associates Berkshire Real Estate, (855) 350-5692.
Stockbridge. Located on Main Street, this Italianate house was built in 1850. The three-bedroom home features three fireplaces, hardwood floors, and high ceilings.
The rear wing and carriage house contain four apartments. Nearby amenities include tennis courts, Lake Mahkeenac, and Tanglewood. $1,350,000. Gladys Montgomery, William Pitt Sotheby's International Realty, (413) 822-0929.
Becket. This "Steal of the Week" is a three-bedroom vacation home, on 2.4 acres, and it is part of the Indian Lake Association. The interior features a radiate heating system, concrete floors, arched doorways, and floor-to-ceiling glass walls.
Amenities include access to two lakes, beaches, and tennis courts. $299,000. Nancy Kalodner, Benchmark Real Estate, (413) 528-2994.
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