Call for Pricing Lenore Woods at Ashmere Lake

Lenore Drive and Peru Road, Hinsdale, MA

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Lenore Woods at Ashmere Lake

This beautiful neighborhood community nestled in the trees and curves of The Berkshires, right at Ashmere Lake. This quiet lifestyle boasts picturesque hiking and boating, nicely hidden in the small and quaint community of Hinsdale, but a quick drive to the entertainment and ulture filled streets of Pittsfield, Lenox and Great Barrington.

Find a great restaurant and live performances from The Barrington Stage to the Colonial Theater.   Whether you value art on canvas, art performed on stage, or art presented through nature; residents of Western MA take pride in the history and value of the region’s collection.  Throughout the year, renowned talents from all over the United States perform at Berkshire County’s distinguished venues such as Tanglewood, Jacob’s Pillow and Shakespeare & Company.

 Gorgeous wooded parcels filled with all the colors of Autumn, all the new life of Spring, all the adventures of Summer and all the fun filled snow activities of Winter. Close to the water and waterfront parcels available.  All beautiful parcels have access to the Lenore Woods Community Beach.  If you are looking for a peaceful tree filled landscape, serene lake and plenty of fresh air, there is a Lenore Woods lot available for you.

 

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About Ashmere Lake

The lake is a 287 acre impoundment of Bennett Brook located on Route 143 on the Hinsdale and Peru town line. The lake is divided into two basins by Route143 and access is permitted between the two by a culvert that is navigable to smaller boats. The average depth of Ashmere Lake is 8 feet with a maximum of 24 feet near the dam in the southern basin.  The southern shore of the south basin lies within Ashmere Lake State Park and is entirely wooded; elsewhere the shores are moderately developed with houses. Ashmere Lake is typically drawn down during fall and winter so use caution when navigating during these times as depth varies seasonally.