This solidly-built, three-bedroom stucco home in western Mass sure might be a fixer-upper, but the pay-off could be worth the work.
Built at the turn-of-the-century, the property has the makings of an enduring full-time, family-friendly home, or a part-time retreat situated midway between Great Barrington and Stockbridge, MA. What it needs, however, is some TLC.
Fear not: Things are not falling apart within the 1,456-square-foot interior, thanks to its durable construction…
…so, what you could be dealing with is mostly cosmetic upgrades, although it’s not something possible to assess through listing photos and a vague, one-sentence description of the home’s current state. From what we can see, it seems to be a well-maintained abode with wood floors in need of refinishing, original plaster walls, and exposed ceiling support beams.
The semi-open first floor layout includes a big living room and a country kitchen that practically sprawls, a pantry, built-in hutches, and an attached formal dining room.
Things are a bit dated in terms of walls and flooring, but look at the size of the upstairs bathroom…
…and we love the light-filled bedrooms with lots of closet and storage space. We are not so in love with the paneling, on the other hand.
The property is on a corner lot over a quarter-acre in size, soaked in sunlight with plenty of room to garden and landscape.
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Ready to work some magic on this stucco home? Find out more about 95 Van Deusenville Road, Great Barrington, MA from Lance Vermeulen Real Estate.