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Southmayd Farm

Upon an 80 acre parcel of land in Stockbridge once owned by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Charles Southmayd built this Second Empire home in 1870.
Brilliantly restored, the mansion is of a scale and style that make it ultimately comfortable yet capable of entertaining on a very grand scale.  The main residence offers eight bedrooms, and over 8,500 square feet of gracious living.  Superlative public rooms are perfectly counter-balanced by modern and more casual contemporary spaces
With a mile of Housatonic River frontage the property contains a carriage house, conservatory and formal gardens, pool with cabanas, 3 bedroom guest cottage, carriage barn with 3 oversized heated bays and a studio residence with kitchen and bath, the original carriage barn, and a horse barn complex with five horse stalls, an equipment barn and paddocks.

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