Not all great homes of the Gilded Age were dazzlingly opulent palatial homes glittering with gold, sparkling with crystal. When escaping the formality of their city lives, the nouveau riche would retreat to their country homes in the mountains or by the sea. Unlike the Newport “cottages,” one immediately senses the aura of an English country manor upon entering the Morewood. The Morewood is a masterpiece of historical restoration, every room draws you in to a place where guests are treated like family. In restoring Morewood, it was critical to afford the amenities of our 21st century while not compromising its architecture and history of the National Historic Landmark home.
11.2+ acres abutting the Pittsfield Country Club, expansive gardens and lawn
Identified on the National Register of Historic Homes
10,000+ sq.ft. Tutor style brick main house with 6 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms
Carriage barn with vaulted ceilings, automobile garage, horse stalls, tack room, and chicken house with bluestone patio and fire pit outside
The Morewood represents the design influence of the early work of Sir Edwin Lutyens, with architecture adapted from the Elizabethan period, and nestled into its incredible English gardens.