Historic c.1889 Osceola by Architects Rotch and Tilden for $2.6M
$2,600,000 | Built c.1889 | 7,393 Sq. Ft. | 10 Beds | 9.5 Baths | 1.22 Acres
25 Cliffwood Street, Lenox, Massachusetts, United States, 01240
Named Osceola after the dramatic view of the Osceola Mountain on Yokun Ridge, this historic home on 1.22 acres in Lenox, Massachusetts was designed by Boston Architects Rotch and Tilden and built in 1889 for Sarah Pollock Livingston. Rotch and Tilden were also the architects who designed Ventfort Hall and Belvoir Terrace. According to The Berkshire Shopper, “Over the thirty-year period that Livingston owned Osceola, it was frequently rented, and these long-term tenants, often her friends, were active in Lenox’s social life.” The nearly 7,400 square foot residence includes 10 bedrooms, 9.5 bathrooms, 7 fireplaces and original period details such as hardwood flooring, a breathtaking oval dining room and butler’s pantry and a fabulous new kitchen inspired by kitchens of the past. One of the home’s prominent features is the 80-foot Verandah overlooking the rear yard. The home enjoys central air conditioning, a heated indoor endless pool and spa, heated outdoor pool and a bocce court. Currently used as a private residence, the property has been used as a retreat for General Electric and as an Inn in the past. Osceola is on the market for $2.6 million with Berkshire Homes and Condos.