Take a walk through this farmhouse built in 1760. Every room is full of history

This beautiful farmhouse has it all: an incredible location, gorgeous decor, and an amazing story. The Clark-Young House, located in Williamstown, Massachusetts, is an early American saltbox-style house nestled in the idyllic Northern Berkshires. With destinations such as the Jiminy Peak Snow Ski Resort, Williams College, and The Clark Art Museum only minutes away, this property is centrally located but still offers privacy on its tranquil grounds. 
What's more, it has a fantastic history- built by Samuel Clark, this farmhouse was sold to a Revolutionary War patriot who maintained a Masonic lodge on the second floor! So what are you waiting for? Let's take a look at this gorgeous home!
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This historic farmhouse is rumored to be the oldest wood-frame structure in South Williamstown. It's even part of the National Historic District!
In addition to the house itself, the Clark-Young estate boasts a full barn, immaculately maintained perennial gardens, and huge mature trees for tons of shade. Isn't this patio the perfect spot for a garden party?
This quaint porch has just enough room for a couple of rocking chairs. What a perfect spot to relax after a long day!
Warm hardwood floors and exposed beams are only a few of the farmhouse-style accents that can be seen throughout this home. A wood-burning stove makes this living room the ideal spot to stay warm and cozy during the cold New England winters.
The formal dining room in this historic farmhouse provides ample space for entertaining and enjoying the company of good friends and family. Special touches such as the built-in cabinetry really make this room a unique place. 
The woodwork on these hallway benches is the perfect compliment to the rustic brick flooring in this sitting area; it's a great spot to sit down and take off your coat after an afternoon spent in the apple orchard included on this property!
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This top-floor apartment is full of light and breathtakingly gorgeous. The open floor plan, coupled with the careful placement of room dividers for privacy creates a spacious living area that could be used as an in-law suite or a top notch guest room. 
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