America’s Gilded Age
The post-Civil War and post-Reconstruction era from 1865 to 1901 saw unprecedented economic and industrial prosperity. As a result, the nation’s wealthiest families were able to construct monumental estates referred to as “Cottages,” – The Spring Lawn historic mansion is one of the finest remaining.
Built in 1904, the Kemble Street property presents a unique blend of Beaux-Arts and Classical Revival styles. Designed by Guy Lowell, the architect best known for the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston and the New York Supreme Court Courthouse, the approximately 29-acre property is currently under renovation to become the centerpiece property for Berkshire Legacy Members to enjoy.
Part preservation and part rejuvenation, the mansion continues to be open for select tours during renovation. Call our main office to schedule a time to view it when you’re in the area.
Spring Lawn Proposed Amenities:
• 24/7 Private Concierge Service
• Extensive Terraces with Views
• 20 Main Mansion Rooms
• Gourmet Dining In-House
• Fitness & Spa Services
• Private Pools (Indoor & Outdoor)
• Estate & Cottage Accommodations
• Winter Ice Skating Rink
• Winter Sled/Toboggan Run
• Four-Season Hike/Jog Trails
• Walk to Main Street Lenox
• Private Wine & Personal Storage
In addition to the rehabilitation of the Spring Lawn Mansion and Carriage House, we have received approval for 76 auxiliary luxury suites to be built on the 30 acre property. The suites will be built in the style of traditional Berkshire carriage houses – more information on these structures will be forthcoming shortly. Please inquire.