A private road leads through an allee of trees and away from road noise to a gracious, totally restored, 1910 home that was once the owner's residence of former Red Fox Music Camp. The sensitive 1998 restoration included the seven-bedroom, five-bath main house with five field stone and brick fireplaces, a large country kitchen with a large woodstove and provisions and butler's pantries, along with two enchanting sleeping cabins and all mechanicals. Most notable is the 2009 addition of what's ref erred to as the Pizza Hut - an architect-designed four-season dining pavilion with a stone pizza oven imported from Italy, full kitchen, woodstove, powder room, outdoor shower, and huge bluestone patio - all separated from the main house by a large fire pit. The 11 acre compound has open lawns, woodlands, specimen plantings, extensive perennial gardens and a fenced vegetable garden that have been featured on garden tours, as well as additional outbuildings from the camp era. Internet service.
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From the center of New Marlborough, drive east on Rt 57/183, bear left onto Rt 57, take next right onto Red Fox Road - a small dirt road - keep your eyes peeled, and go to the end. DO NOT ENTER FROM RT 183. ONLY FROM RT 57.