Victorian house in the Berkshires asks $500K

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Living room with wood details
Victorian house in the Berkshires asks K


From stained glass windows to a dreamy turret, this Victorian beauty looks like a doll house come to life. Owned by Tony award winner William Finn, the 3,495-square-foot home in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, is now on the market just under $500,000.

Right in the heart of Pittsfield Cultural District, the artful home is within walking distance to galleries, museums, and theaters. Its facade is painted a playful shade of blue and highlighted with creamy yellow and maroon accents. Inside is just as ornate with Victorian-era woodworking that includes wood paneled walls and oak spindles that line the entryway arches of the rooms.


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Dining room with wood details and arched entryway
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The recently updated kitchen and bathrooms give the house a modern touch, while the owner retained its Victorian charm with colorful wallpaper designed in the period’s style. The house boasts two fireplaces, tall ceilings, and a lovely arched stained glass window that lights up the stairway.

On a more practical level, the home has four bedrooms and two-and-half bathrooms, plus a turreted music nook that could easily be transformed into a special place for whatever your passion project might be.

159 Wendell Avenue is listed now for $499,900.


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