Edmister House. . . Experience the past in a gracious turn of the century Berkshire "cottage", custom built for New York society second homeowners escaping the summer city.
"Mr and Mrs Willard Edmister will entertain many Brooklyn guests during the season. Their new villa, which they completed last year, has a splendid location with an outlook over the Housatonic Valley. . . They closed up their summer home and returned to the city. They'll reopen it for the holidays" Brooklyn Life, 1914/20
Civil behavior is expected. Please, no smoking inside. You are welcome to smoke on the terrace.
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We bought this wonderful home as a multigenerational home last September and quickly realized the house enjoys being filled with people. The sharing economy seemed logical and thus began our Airbnb adventure.
Ken's been in love with the Berkshires since childhood (Dad was in BSO for 30 years) and decided to locate here as an adult. Laurie was transplanted here as a child in the 60's when her Dad Tom bought a business in the Berkshires. Tom has spent the last 9 years with his wife living on a large sailboat at Jekyll Island and traveling the intracoastal waterway. Daughter Robin was born in the Berkshires and never felt a desire to be anywhere else. Together we love books (home of Herman Melville), music (summer home of Boston Symphony Orchestra), theater (home of Barrington Stage, Berkshire Theatre Festival, Williamstown Theatre Festival), museums (home of Berkshire Museum, Clark Art, MassMoca, Norman Rockwell Museum), dance (home of Jacob's Pillow) and food . . . so many really good restaurants.
And we like people and the Berkshires are filled with many interesting people.