About The Area
Is there anywhere like the Berkshires?
For over a century the Berkshires have been a place to escape, slow down and relax. Lenox Landings is located in the heart of the region with quick access to the arts, culture, and recreation. Speaking of recreation we are only steps from the renowned Cranwell Golf Resort and all owners are given a one year membership to hit the links, enjoy the spa, use the pools and everything else the resort has to offer.
We are also only five minutes to Tanglewood where you can enjoy the Boston Symphony Orchestra all summer long as well as major acts like James Taylor and more. The Norman Rockwell Museum, MASS MoCA, and The Clark all offer world-class art at your doorstep and Shakespeare and Company, Berkshire Theatre Group, and Barrington Stage Company all bring award winning theater within 15 minutes of your driveway.
If you love the outdoors the majestic beauty of the Berkshires is unmatched. Hiking abounds with everything from the Appalachian Trail to thousands of acres and hundreds of miles of trails that the Berkshire Natural Resource Council upkeeps around the county there is the perfect hike for everyone no matter your experience.
You may wish to relocate – maybe buy a vacation home – or perhaps find a gracious retirement community in a peaceful surrounding. Escape from the stressful everyday world and relax and rejuvenate at one of our many wellness spas. Whatever your desire, you’ll find it in Lenox. You can learn a lot more about the town at WhyLenox.org.
Life Is Calling
This video shows the beauty and wonder of living in the Berkshires.
Did Your Know?
- Berkshire County was identified as one of the country’s “Top Ten Housing Markets” for the next decade by U.S. News & World Report
- Berkshire Medical Center is the recipient of the 2015 Distinguished Hospital Award for Clinical Excellence, ranking BMC among the top 5% of hospitals in the nation, for the third year in a row
- There are 167 properties and districts listed on the National Register of Historic Places in the county, including nine National Historic Landmarks in the Berkshires