This 18th-Century Georgian Home Was Moved by Oxen to its Current Location in 1800!

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This 18th-Century Georgian Home Was Moved by Oxen to its Current Location in 1800!

$1,300,000 | Built 1764 | 2,437 Sq. Ft. | 4 Beds | 3.5 Baths | 3.8 Acres
196 South St, Williamstown, MA 01267

A remarkable offering of this restored 18th century Georgian home built in 1764 on almost 4 acres with the possibility of an additional building site as part of the listing price; with an early barn and shed opposite the Clark Art Institute. Once located on Main St where the College President’s house now sits, it was moved by oxen to its current location in 1800. (RRBrooks.)Restoration efforts follow the Deerfield tradition of interior feather-edged sheathing and paneling, wide pine board flooring and a large colonial cooking fireplace with an adjacent beehive oven in the keeping room. 4-5 bedrooms/3.5 baths.


Carolyn Umlauf • carolyn@harschrealestate.com • (413) 822-7108
Harsch Associates
Photography Credit: Nick Johnson

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