As you turn onto to Old Main Street, time is transformed. One feels like you are back in the heart of an 18th-century colonial village. Elmstead, a lovely c.1767 antique Colonial located in the Historic District of Deerfield, MA. The property resides on the same street as New England historic homes like the Hall Tavern, open to hearth cooking demonstrations and classes; Henry and Helen Flynt's Allen House, now a showcase for their American Antiques; and the Federal-style 1799 Stebbin's House, the first brick home ever built in Deerfield. The charming home has a total of 11,550 sq.ft. with 5,158 sq.ft. of finished living area. Elmstead has 7 bedrooms, 5 full baths, and a maids quarters turned in-law style apartment in the house. It also has 4 fireplaces throughout and two porches. Minutes from Elmstead, also situated on Old Main Street, is the acclaimed Deerfield Academy, one of the most prestigious secondary schools in the country. With Deerfield Academy, Massachusetts' "Five Colleges," and Greenfield to the north, the region is rich with cultural and intellectual resources, offering restaurants, coffee houses, galleries, theaters, and bookstores.
1.05± acre lot in the center of Historic Deerfield
11,550 sq.ft. with 5,158 sq.ft. of finished living area
7 bedrooms and 5 full baths
Maids quarters turned in-law style apartment with bedroom, bath, kitchen and living area