Introducing the River Houses at Cable Mills.
The River Houses at Cable Mills are 14 stunning new homes, situated along the Green River, steps to downtown restaurants, cafes, theaters, and Williams College. Each house offers spacious, modern interiors that erode the boundary between interior and exterior.
The houses respond to their natural surroundings - river, meadow, and woods. They are clad in western red cedar, a durable, renewable material that is well-suited to the Berkshires climate. Floor-to-ceiling windows bring the Green Riverfront into first floor living spaces, and second story oversized windows provide stunning views of the Berkshire Hills. Outdoor patios on both floors are recessed into the traditional footprint, allowing you to enjoy the outdoors from the privacy of your own home.
Nestled on the Cable Mills site, between historic mill buildings that once dominated the riverfront, The River Houses reclaim the river as part of the natural landscape to be preserved and enjoyed. A River Walk along the newly restored riverfront provides access to the Green River in a way that has never before been possible in Williamstown.
The River Houses just became available for pre-sale. To learn more, contact us.
Berkshire Living, Urban Convenience
If you've ever spent time in Williamstown, you won't need to be convinced it's a beautiful place to enjoy life. But Williamstown has also earned a reputation for its arts and entertainment, vibrant community, foodie culture, and convenient living.
THE CLARK ART INSTITUTE
The newly-expanded Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute is a world-renowned art museum and a center for research and higher education. The Clarks were private art collectors who developed a remarkable collection of paintings, sculpture and other works including pieces by Degas, Renoir, Monet, Sargent and others over the first decades of the 20th century. The museum houses not only their original collection, but expanded bodies of work, an art conservation center, training program, and much more.
The Williamstown Farmers Market - located in the heart of the newly designated Williamstown Cultural District - provides a lovely setting for community gathering and interaction with local growers, artisans, bakers, and chefs. They welcome everyone to share in their vendors' wealth of knowledge and skills, to support local agriculture and production, and to partake of their vibrant and friendly atmosphere.
Located in nearby North Adams, the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art is perhaps the most large and unusual museums in the country. It occupies a sprawling 26-building, 13-acre campus that was formerly the manufacturing plant of the Sprague Electric Company. Making use of the unparalleled scale and versatility of the complex's industrial spaces, MASS MoCA strives to create a dialogue between the facility's past and the new life it has as the country's largest center for contemporary visual and performing arts.
A joy to play, the Taconic is consistently rated among the best college golf courses in the nation. Owned by the College, this semi-private course was designed by Wayne Stiles and John van Kleek in 1895. The Taconic is located just steps from Cable Mills.
The famed Williamstown Theatre Festival presents hundreds of performances each summer. Many productions have gone on to run on Broadway, off-Broadway and in the country's best regional theaters. The festival makes its home in the College's stunning '62 Center for the Performing arts, which opened in 2005.
Williams is one of the country's finest colleges, consistently ranked among the nation's best. The school sponsors a variety of academic and cultural lectures, concerts, and theatrical performances, most of which actively welcome residents.
Shops & Restaurants
The Shops at the Library
Mass MoCA by Design
The Williams Bookstore
Where’d You Get That!?
Water Street Grill
Tunnel City Coffee