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Charming Victorian in the Berkshires asks $500K

Period style meets modern conveniences

Colorful victorian house surrounded by trees Wayne Trembley

From stained glass windows to a dreamy turret, this Victorian beauty looks like a doll house come to life. Owned by Tony award winner William Finn, the 3,495-square-foot home in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, is now on the market just under $500,000.

Right in the heart of Pittsfield Cultural District, the artful home is within walking distance to galleries, museums, and theaters. Its facade is painted a playful shade of blue and highlighted with creamy yellow and maroon accents. Inside is just as ornate with Victorian-era woodworking that includes wood paneled walls and oak spindles that line the entryway arches of the rooms.

Living room with wood details Wayne Trembley
Dining room with wood details and arched entryway Wayne Trembley

The recently updated kitchen and bathrooms give the house a modern touch, while the owner retained its Victorian charm with colorful wallpaper designed in the period’s style. The house boasts two fireplaces, tall ceilings, and a lovely arched stained glass window that lights up the stairway.

On a more practical level, the home has four bedrooms and two-and-half bathrooms, plus a turreted music nook that could easily be transformed into a special place for whatever your passion project might be.

159 Wendell Avenue is listed now for $499,900.

Stairway with stained glass window Wayne Trembley
Kitchen with wood cabinets Wayne Trembley
Living room with gleaming wood floors Wayne Trembley
Bedroom with green wallpaper Wayne Trembley