Historic House Listings

Circa 1760! Dr. Amos Smith House, seven acres in Massachusetts. $259,000

December 12, 2023

Built in 1760! This sure would be a fun project. Known as the Dr. Amos Smith house. He was a surgeon in the Continental Army and served at Valley Forge. The house was built in 1760. It is located on 7.08 acres in Sandisfield, Massachusetts. This post and beam gambrel house even has old gunstock posts. The seven acres includes a two acre parcel of untouched New England forest. Three bedrooms, two bathrooms and 2,373 square feet. $259,000

Contact Kim Bergland with Red Horse Real Estate: 413-250-6149

From the Zillow listing:


1760 post and beam gambrel, at one point owned by a surgeon in the Continental Army who served at Valley Forge.The house has been stripped down to expose the original timber frame and is ready to enter the next chapter of its life. Key elements in the house include fieldstone fireplaces off the central chimney, gunstock posts, and wideboard pine flooring & paneling. The attached ell leads through the sheds to the barn. The House Lot includes a 2+ acre parcel of untouched New England forest situated behind the house. Across New Hartford road sits the 2.5 acre Pond Lot features a small pond with gazebo, an old sugar house and 1 acre field. No heat or plumbing, the house is currently a shell. OPEN HOUSE: Saturday 11/25, 11:00-1:00



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