Abutting land protected by the Audubon Society, Elm Hill Farm has been owned by seven generations of the same family.
Encompassing 30+ acres, the compound includes a 5,000 square foot mansion, a guest residence, a 10-stall stable, two additional barns, covered riding arena and fenced paddocks. Rich in history, this is a unique opportunity to restore a magnificent treasure.
Year built: 1870
Location: Brookfield, MA
Living area: 5,066
Land: 30.36 acres
Horse facilities: Fields, barns with 30 stalls
The spacious 8BR, 4BA 1870 Mansion reflects a glamorous period with a welcoming covered porch, grand front foyer with elegant staircase, high ceilings and a wealth of period architectural details.
There is an in-ground pool and beautiful gardens throughout the property.
New forced hot air heating systems 2010
New central AC 2010
Once recognized as one of the largest working farms in the region, the farm’s claim to fame was "Elsie the Cow" who was born on the farm and was the icon for Borden Dairy products in the 1930's & 1940's.
Later, the farm was converted to equestrian stables and was well known for their Morgan horses.
The guest residence is configured as a two family. The second floor produces rental income.
Two Historical Buildings:
The Amasa Blanchard Carpentry Shop c. 1800-1810
Parley Blanchard House c. 1790
Approximately 30 stalls in three barns
Barn #1: Elm Hill Stable
10 stalls approximately 13' x 12'
11' wide center aisle
Barn #2: Cattle barn converted to stables
13' center aisle
An open lower section
Barn #3: Historic barn
11 stalls approximately 10' x 8'
Separate grain room
Brick/concrete 8' wide aisle
Stairs to loft