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101 Yokun Ave. Lenox, MA
One of the last remaining Great Estates of the Berkshires, in Lenox MA, Berkshires.
Just a short distance to town and minutes from fine and performing arts venues, including, Tanglewood, home of the Boston Pops Symphony and Shakespeare & Co.
About the Home:
One of the Berkshires last remaining Great Estates commissioned in 1875 by Henri Braem, U.S. Ambassador to Denmark & heir to the Cunard Steamship Co. fortune, and rebuilt in stone by Halstead Lindsley in 1929. No expense was spared in creating one of the most spectacular homes in the Berkshires, where financiers and barons of the Gilded Age established their country residences.
This 11,700+ sq ft manor home has a gracious front to back entry leads to the generously proportioned first floor public rooms: the 23’ x 34’ living room, library paneled in Purpleheart from the Amazon forest, dining room that seats 20, a 3-exposure solarium, expansive kitchen, butler’s pantry & powder room. Ascend the grand staircase to 8 bedroom suites most with bathrooms, fireplaces & views to the outside. A separate wing provides 4 more bedrooms, ideal for staff. The 3rd floor offers bonus & exercise rooms.
About the Property:
Set on 31+ acres overlooking the Yokun Ridge and Catskil
Mountains long lawns lead to walking and hiking trails and a gentle running stream.
Master Suite with Sitting Room, Dressing Room and Luxurious Bath
Petit Boudoir with en suite bath
Botanical Bedroom with en suite bath
French Bedroom with en suite bath
Blue Bedroom with en suite bath
Chestnut West Wing Bedroom 1 with shared bath
Chestnut West Wing Bedroom 2 with shared bath
North Wing Bedroom with en suite bath
Five Bedrooms in the North Wing with hall bath