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This home was built in 1761. Theodore Sedgwick purchased the house July 1768. He was an attorney in Gt. Barrington, Ma. In 1770 he secured under the Bill of Rights the freedom of Elizabeth Freeman (Mum Bet) a runaway slave of General John Ashley's. Lots of history here! Approximaely 2 in-town acres of level lawn & garden. Formal parlor w/floor to ceiling windows, Living Room w/fireplace, Dining Room w/original brick fireplace w/beehive oven, exposed beams,Kitchen. Six Bedrooms, 3.5 Baths. Attached 2-car garage. Large Play Room/Studio over garage. Antique hardware & wideboard floors. Sheffield Water Company, aprox. 2,2428 sq.ft. of living area. Close to all Berkshire amenities. Bus to NYC, 40 minutes to Metro train into NYC.