A House in Lee -- for Rent in the Berkshires

35 Saint James Ave.
35 Saint James Ave.35 Saint James Ave.Back of house - Entryway; Parking behind the houseFront PorchFront PorchUpstairs Porch off Master BedroomFull KitchenFull KitchenLiving RoomLiving RoomFront Entryway & Stairs to 2nd Floor"Kids" Bedroom (Master BR Pict coming soon)"Guest" Bedroom (Master BR Pict coming soon)Full Bathroom (1/2 Bath on 1st floor)Full Bathroom (1/2 Bath on 1st floor)Master Bathroom (Master BR Pict coming soon)Master Bathroom (Master BR Pict coming soon)Master Bathroom (Master BR Pict coming soon)Detail - Front doorDetail - The Mantel Duck35 Saint James Ave., circa 1913

From $171 / night

35 St James Ave, Lee, MA 01238
A House in Lee -- for Rent in the Berkshires
3 bedrooms
6 guests
2 night min

Overview Description


Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2.5
Sleeps: 6
Type: Home
Per night: $200
Per week: $1,200
Pets allowed: Yes
Internet: Yes
Description of the Lee vacation home rental
A Spring & Summer Rental. Some Autumn dates available.

Walk to town!

35 St. James Avenue rests in a quiet neighborhood in historic Lee, Massachusetts. The house is full of character and charm, and has remained within the same family since it was built in 1913.

Ryan Salinetti

Area Information
The Berkshires are a popular tourist attraction and vacation getaway, serving the same function in relation to Connecticut and Massachusetts that the Catskills do in New York and the Poconos for Pennsylvania. With numerous trails, including part of the Appalachian Trail, large tracts of wilderness, parks like Kent Falls, Berkshire Botanical Garden and Hebert Arboretum the Berkshires are very popular with nature lovers. The area includes Bash Bish Falls, the tallest waterfall in Massachusetts. It should be noted that most of the Appalachian Trail and Bash Bish Falls are physically located in the nearby Taconic mountain range. The Berkshires are also home to dozens of summer camps, some of which date back to the turn of the 20th century.

Northwestern Connecticut features the covered bridges of Kent and West Cornwall, fly fishing, canoeing and spectacular fall foliage along the Housatonic River valley and the quiet woods and hills of the Appalachian trail and also the Enders State forest in Granby.

The Berkshire region is noted as a center for the visual and performing arts; its art museums include the Norman Rockwell Museum, the Clark Art Institute, the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (Mass MoCA), and the Williams College Museum of Art (WCMA). At Williams College, the Chapin Library displays a wide selection of rare books and documents. Performing-arts institutions in the Berkshires include Tanglewood Music Center in Lenox, the summer home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, the Berkshire Choral Festival, the Bang on a Can Summer Festival for contemporary music in North Adams; Shakespeare & Company in Lenox; summer stock theatre festivals such as the Williamstown Theatre Festival in Williamstown, Barrington Stage Company in Pittsfield, MA and the Berkshire Theatre Festival in Stockbridge; and America's first and longest-running dance festival, Jacob's Pillow.

About the owner

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Begins Ends Week
Weekly Monthly Min
Jan 01 2016 Dec 31 2017 $200 - $1,200 - 2 Nights
Other Fees: There is an additional cleaning fee, starting at $100 dependent on the number of nights
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