Williamstown Cottage Rental Photos and Description
Unique 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom 1930s house
This lovely little cottage was renovated six years ago by the marvellous Peter and Maureen Koppenaal. It has three bedrooms (two downstairs and one large bedroom upstairs), one bathroom, a well-equipped kitchen, elegant dining room and relaxing living room. Outside there is a large yard with gas BBQ and table and chairs. In the basement there is a washer and dryer. There is also WIFI and an HD television.
There is no end to the attractions in the Berkshires. Whether you enjoy museums and theatres or want to bask in the gorgeous landscape by hiking, swimming, and skiing, the Berkshires has something for everyone.
Completely renovated in 2007 with fully equipped kitchen and bathroom.
Four blocks from campus - walk to Williamstown Theater Festival and town.
Quiet residential street with quaint luncheonette and deli around the corner.
Cable, HDTV, wireless internet included.
Washer, dryer and dishwasher
Location, location, location...Three hours from Boston and New York City, one hour from Albany International Airport. Five minutes to Vermont, 17 minutes to historic Bennington or Jiminy Peak.
Note: Fireplace not operational.
Sorry: NO PETS, no smoking, please.
** NOTE: Maximum 4 Adults, 2 Children **
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- wheelchair inaccessible
- pets not allowed
About Gayle Kennedy
I grew up in Williamstown and even as a child was awed by the beauty of its landscape and seasons. I moved to England 15 years ago, but I have always come back here once a year, even after my family moved away. I bought this house so we could keep coming back.
Gayle Kennedy purchased this cottage in 2013
Why Gayle Kennedy chose Williamstown
I rented this house twice as a vacationer (and learned to book it early!) and fell in love with its uniqueness and coziness. I love being able to walk to downtown Williamstown and the Williams campus, as well as to some of the trails like Pine Cobble. My sons and I also love to walk in the shallow Green River - if you come in the summer, bring a pair of watershoes and hop on in!
I'm also hugely in love with the history of the house, and I still have more to learn. It was built in the 1930s by Thomas Hart, an African-American former Williams student who worked at a stone quarry in Pownal, Vermont - hence the house's unique exterior. The Harts rented the house out for years - one of their tenants was an elderly couple that my father remembers shovelling coal for in the early 1960s.