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About LONGFELLOW'S OXBOW

  • Longfellow’s Oxbow is an extremely rare 45± acre parcel. Named after 19th century poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, who once owned the land and declared it to be his dream setting.
  • This is the only large undeveloped parcel of land on the market within walking distance of the center of Stockbridge.
  • Views, privacy, open space, and a mile of waterfront on the Housatonic River

Price reduced and now also available as 4 lots: 35 acres at $950,000 and 2 one acre lots for $125,000 along Butler Rd. Longfellow's Oxbow consists of 45 acres within walking distance of the center of Stockbridge. This large undeveloped parcel offers Views, Privacy, Open Space and a mile of River Frontage. Ideal for a premiere home or homes with vast open maintained hayfields, and views to Naumkeag, the back meadows of Norman Rockwell Museum and overlooking the Stockbridge Golf Club. Once used as a polo field, there is a run-in shed for horses. Longfellow's Oxbow is named after the poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow , who once owned the land. With high conservation potential, it is possible to both build and conserve in this highly desired Stockbridge location.

  • 45.83± acres with a run-in shed
  • 5,826± feet of frontage on Housatonic River with potential to subdivide
  • 120± feet of road frontage on Glendale Middle Road and 916± feet of road frontage on Butler Road
  • Perfectly suited for a premier home, or homes
  • Spectacular views in every direction
  • Abutting and overlooking the Stockbridge Golf Club and walking distance to Stockbridge Center

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