Lovely 1850 Colonial on 30+ acres. Beautiful grounds surround the house and barn complex and include a 2-acre swimmable pond. Sold in December for $425,000. On market for one year.
A Little Compound
Two houses form a little compound on three and a half acres along picturesque Mountain Road. Sold for $200,000 in November. On market for four months.
Woodland Cabin dating from the 1920’s with a later two-bedroom wing addition set on 16 acres. Sold in November for $180,000. On market for 1.5 years.
Very handsome circa 1900 Victorian on 1.7 acres on the north end of Maple Avenue. Sold for $425,000 in July. On market for one year.
Manor House was designed by the noted Washington, CT architect Ehrick Kensett Rossiter in 1898. There are a total of 15 bedrooms & 12 baths. This historic house is currently a successful Bed and Breakfast. Sold in May for $900,000. On market for seven months.
1858 eyebrow Colonial Cape on over a half acre in the village. 2095 sf. 3 bedrooms. Charming and priced to sell. Sold for $175,000 in January. On market for one month.
7 Acres on Westside Road
A wooded hillock slopes down to a peaceful meadow with an idyllic view to the east. Sold in two parcels for $62,500 each in November. On market for one month.
Quiet, Private, Views
1840 eyebrow Cape on 45.46 acres. Enlarged and renovated over recent years, the house is set on a little hillside with southerly views of Haystack Mountain. Sold in November for $500,000. On market for five weeks.
Chic 1850 Colonial in Colebrook
Top-to-bottom renovation of an 1850 Colonial on approximately 9 acres with easterly views. A cool property and an excellent value. Sold in November for $315,000. On market for three months.
Spectacular views of Long Island Sound and the Saybrook Breakwater Lighthouse in the historic Borough of Fenwick. Sold in October for $1,700,000. William Pitt/Sotheby’s Listing.
Colonial in the Doolittle Woods
Colonial house and cottage on 16 acres. Extensive recent improvements, guided by an artist’s eye, have opened up and brightened both the house and the two bedroom guest house and shaped the landscape creating a lovely painterly view. Sold in October for $650,000
Norfolk House on 34.7 Acres
Sold in October for $500,000. Klemm Listing
House in the Doolittle Woods
Sold in June for $340,000 Best and Cavallaro Listing
Norfolk Village House
Sold in October for $335,000. Harney Listing
Pinefield & Birchfield
Pinefield and Birchfield are two unique properties set on 17 acres on the west side of privately-owned Tobey Pond. Pinefield has a major library/living room, another sun-filled library, an extraordinary dining room, 3 studio offices, 6 bedrooms, 5 full baths. Just a short walk along the edge of the meadow is Birchfield, a dreamy collection of sweet summer cottages. Sold in September for $1,400,000
John Beech Saltbox
Antique circa 1760 Saltbox with master suite addition in keeping with the style and scale of the original structure plus a useful barn/garage all on 8 rural acres, which includes a building lot. Sold in August for $600,000.
17 Acres on Golf Drive
Lovely high, wooded, and lightly wooded land with a gently rolling topography. Sold in June for $275,000
37-39 Elmore Road
1736 square foot cottage on 3.53 acres. Built in 1985. Sold in June for $215,500.
Carefully designed and exceedingly well-built 2001 post & beam Colonial on 15 acres in a very quiet rural setting. Open plan core living space is great for entertaining. Sold in June for $975,000 (Berkshire Property Agents Co-Listing)
72 Maple Avenue
1144 square foot cottage on .38 acres. Built in 1888. Sold in May for $90,000.
82 Laurel Way
This turn-of-the-Century cottage was re-designed and expanded by Alfredo Taylor in the early 1900s. Sold in January for $575,000 (Best & Cavallaro Listing)
46 Greenwoods Road West
46 Greenwoods Road West. Circa 1870 Victorian on .25 acres in Norfolk Center, zoned for both residential and retail use. 2,328 square feet. Sold in February for $200,000.
The Brick Building
The Brick Building. 1930 brick Colonial plus apartment on .69 acres zoned retail and residential. 2,255 sq ft house with 4 bedrooms, 2½ baths, 2 fireplaces, hardwood floors. Sold in December for $250,000.
The Jabez Brewster House, built in 1830 of chestnut and on 1.3 lovely acres in the heart of Falls Village, is a beautiful example of 19th century New England architecture. Sold in December for $400,000. On the market 2 years.
Atop Smith Hill
Set on a high, open ridge with magnificent views to the east-southeast, this 1958 Colonial has been masterfully reconfigured and renovated from stem to stern over the past couple of years. 3,476 square feet, heavenly kitchen/dining or family room with granite fireplace and full-on views. 74.67 acres. Sold in December for $860,000. On the market 3 years.
Set on the shores of Doolittle Lake with a westerly exposure, this is a wonderful gathering spot for family and friends. The spacious central great room is the focal point of the house with its vaulted ceiling, impressive fieldstone fireplace, and wide glass doors which open to a full length wood deck. The kitchen, laundry/utility room plus two bedrooms and a full bath are in the west wing and there are another 2-3 bedrooms and one and a half baths in the east wing of the house. Sold in October for $800,000
Handsome side hall Colonial built in 1832. The 2,950 square foot house has high ceilings, original wide board floors, and 3 fireplaces. The country kitchen has hand-made tiger maple cabinetry, large cooking island, and a sunny eating area. Large west-facing stone terrace with fieldstone walls and stone steps leads to a separate building with a sunny, private, heated office and 2 garage bays. Sold in October for $515,000. On the market 1 year.
The Webster Farmhouse
The old Webster farmhouse. Perched on a hill with westerly views of the lovely valley along West Side Road stands this 1894 Victorian farmhouse on 1.5 acres with two antique barns and a little studio building. 2,021 square feet. Exceedingly charming. Sold in one month for $450,000 in September.
The Play House on Doolittle Lake
The Play House, built in 1927 by Alfredo Taylor, is a registered property on the National Register of Historic Places. It sits on 2.56 acres on the eastern side of the lake. The house consists mainly of a large living room with a beautiful fieldstone fireplace, vaulted wood ceiling, wide board floor and 3 sets of leaded glass French doors which open to a stone terrace. Sold within the community in February.
Easy Living on Laurel Way
Open plan, single-level living space on the main floor comprised of 1,500 square feet plus a 400 sq. ft. family room, utility rooms and an over-sized two-car garage on the lower level. Sunny southern exposure in a quiet neighborhood, short walk to the village and easy access to Land Trust trails. Sold in ten days for $225,000 in July.
1980 expanded 2,500 square foot Cape on 3.4 acres with pretty views of Haystack in a quiet and convenient part of town. Master suite on the first floor. Large living room with fireplace and doors to stone terrace. Cozy den off kitchen with sliding glass doors to screened porch. Two bedrooms and a full bath on the second floor can be heated separately from main floor. Attached two-car garage. Sold in two days for $465,000
Sandisfield Log Cabin
Carefully built 1974 log cabin and large separate 2-car garage building on 13 acres of varied and beautiful land in a tranquil, rural location. Open plan living dining and kitchen areas with screened porch looking south over a large meadow, 2 bedrooms, one full bath, loft. Sold for $240,000 in December.
29 Laurel Way
Easy to live in, relaxing cottage on Norfolk’s Laurel Way, privately set on 3.3 acres. Central kitchen, master bedroom suite on the main floor, ample living room with wood stove, large screened porch, 4 bedrooms and a full bath on the second floor, 8’ ceilings, wood floors, newly built attached 2-car garage. Needs some cosmetics. Lots of charm. Sold for $275,000 in October.
13.1 Acres at the intersection of Bruey Road and Wincester Road. Sold for $50,000 in October.
Sunset Ridge Cape
Beautifully constructed clapboard Cape with greenhouse, copious closet space, wine cellar, and separate studio space on grounds. Automatic generator, new Buderus furnace, renovated kitchen with custom cabinetry. 9 Rooms, 4 BR,
3 full baths. 3.380 acres. Sold for $575,000 in September. Best & Cavallaro Listing.
Gracious late 19th century house on nearly an acre of land in easy walking distance of the village center. Five bedrooms, 3½ baths, wood stove in the living room, town water and town sewer. Sold for $250,000 in September.
18 acres of land in rural north Norfolk. Recent survey map with wetlands delineated. This parcel is part of the Doolittle Woods and falls under the Doolittle Covenants. Sold for $450,000 in August.
Dr. Ephraim Guiteau House
Lovely architectural details include 12 over 12 windows, raised paneling, 4 fireplaces, plank doors, original and reproduction hardware, hardwood floors, plaster walls and entry porches. Very charming and in very good condition. Sold for $560,000 in June.
Roughland Road Antique. Norfolk
Handsome turn of the century Colonial with a carriage house on two acres in a quiet, private spot. Oodles of style and charm. Needs some work. Sold for $420,000 in May.
Land, Southfield, MA
6.5 acre building lot on thousand acre pond plus an unbuildable but poetic additional 7.4 acres accessible by water. Quiet and private. Sold for $120,000 in April.
Ingleside, Stockbridge, MA
Old world grandeur dating from 1780. 7,700 square feet, 9 fireplaces, inlaid floors, heavenly porch. 17 acres, specimen trees, long southerly views of Monument Mountain. (Seller’s advisor) Sold for $2,150,000 in January.
On market for Three Months. Norfolk, $210,000