101 & 95 Yokun Avenue, Lenox, MA 01240
101 & 95 Yokun Ave

101 & 95 Yokun Ave

101 & 95 Yokun Avenue, Lenox, MA 01240

$5,900,000
HIGHLIGHTS
  • 13 Beds
  • 10 Full Baths
  • 1 Half Bath
  • 31 Acres Lot
  • 11,748 Sq.Ft. Living
  • 1929 Year Built
  • For Sale Status

The last remaining Great Estate of private residency in Lenox MA, Berkshires.

Ethelwynde, the only remaining Great Estate of private residency in Lenox, MA, is located in the breathtaking Berkshire Mountains and set on over 31 spellbinding acres. This 11,700+ square feet, 26 room, stately English manor house was built in 1927 and designed by architect James Cameron Greenleaf. The generously proportioned rooms include a 23’ x 34’ living room, library paneled in Purpleheart wood from the Amazon forest, banquet sized dining room and 3-exposure conservatory. The grand staircase leads to 7 bedroom suites most with private baths and views of the mountains. There are 6 additional bedrooms, gym, playroom, and more. The 1,800 square feet midcentury guest house has 2 bedrooms, 2 baths and is on a private 1.3 acre parcel with separate drive.

Set on 31+ acres overlooking the Yokun Ridge and Catskill Mountains long lawns lead to walking and hiking trails, a pear tree orchard and English gardens.

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Amenities

Interior

  • Total Bedrooms13
  • Total Bathrooms10.5
  • Full Bathrooms10
  • Half Bathrooms1
  • other interior Featuresbedrooms, gym, playroom, library

Area & Lot

  • Status For Sale
  • Living Area11,748 Sq.Ft.
  • Lot Area31 Acres
  • TypeRESIDENTIAL
  • YEAR BUILT1929

Exterior

  • Garage Spaces5

Financial

  • Sales Price$5,900,000

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