Lakefront single-level living on tranquil wooded road offering easy access to cultural and recreational activities -- available for weeks during fall 2016 (one-week minimum), August 2017 (full month only), and fall 2017 (one-week minimum). Located between the towns of Lee and Lenox only 3 miles from Tanglewood. Master bedroom with cathedral ceiling/fan has queen size bed with en-suite bathroom with stall shower. Second bedroom with queen size bed. Third bedroom offers two twin (trundle) beds. Full bathroom with tub. Washer/dryer in utility room. Large modern well-equipped all-electric kitchen, counter seating, dining area, living room with fireplace, flat screen HDTV, stereo and library. Cable TV, internet and wi-fi service, DVD and CD players plus many adult and children’s books, games/puzzles. Central warm-air heat. Screened porch with eating area. Large deck lakeside for entertaining, sun-bathing, and enjoying the serenity of the lake. Lake views from most rooms. Outdoor living enhanced by four single kayaks and a double (+safety vests for adults/children), private dock and swim area, BBQ gas grille.
Area attractions: the Berkshires are known for spectacular fall scenic color. Lenox is in the heart of the Berkshires, known for numerous cultural offerings at Tanglewood, summer home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival, Berkshire Theatre Festival, Shakespeare & Co, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Barrington Stage Company, Norman Rockwell Museum, Shaker Villages, the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art, Williams College Art Museum, Clark Art Museum, and more! Known for many excellent restaurants as well as great shopping and antiquing. Recreation abounds as well for lake and stream fishing; swimming, boating and kayaking; mountain hiking; horseback riding; road, trail and mountain biking; golf and tennis; and several luxury resorts and day spas. It is a vacationer's wonderland.
• Single-floor living:
• central heating
• linens, towels, and initial supply of paper-goods provided
• internet, cable TV, wire-line telephone
• local maps provided for car touring, biking and hiking routes