The High Street Oak is a fully furnished one-bedroom apartment located in the heart of the Village of Shelburne Falls. This very private and modern apartment is on the second floor of a recently rebuilt 1800's Village Victorian. Amenities include: private entrance, fully furnished kitchen, queen sized bed, linens and towels, TV/DVD/VCR, washer/dryer, tub/shower combination, local telephone, and a bird's eye view of one of the oldest oak trees in Shelburne Falls. Fix your own meals or take a stroll to one of the Village's many wonderful restaurants and enjoy their delicious offerings. Walk to the famous Bridge of Flowers, Glacial Potholes, and the many art galleries in the village.
Stay for a weekend, a week, or a month in the quaint Victorian village of Shelburne Falls. We are an easy, 2 block walk down a tree-lined street to all that Shelburne Falls has to offer. Including the Bridge of Flowers, Glacial Potholes, fine restaurants, art galleries and studios, North River Glass Blowing Studio, Lamson Goodnow Factory Store, many unique shops, McCusker's Market, Shelburne Falls Wine Merchant,Mocha Mayas Coffee House, Salmon Falls Marketplace, Candlepin bowling and a pharmacy with an old-fashioned soda fountain. Enjoy local summer festivals and the best foliage in New England. We are also an easy drive to Berkshire East ski area, Deerfield River rafting excursions, Historic Deerfield, the Mohawk Trail Concerts, many private schools and all the the Pioneer Valley and Mohawk Trail have to offer. To see a full description of the greater Shelburne Falls area, check out the Shelburne Falls area website.
My husband and I bought this house and lovingly renovated it. It is a new hosue within the old frame. It was designed to enjoy the sunny southern exposure and the view of the Buckland Hills across the Deerfield River. The interior is open, airy, and efficient.
We have both lived in this region since the mid 1970s. We have lived and traveled through many parts of this country but both love of western Massachusetts . We enjoy meeting the many travelers who pass through each year, several who are now repeat visitors.
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