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An artist's dream come true! Over 3000 square feet of live/work space in a 19th century renovated brick textile mill in the beautiful Berkshires in North Adams, MA. This stunning recently remodeled end loft apartment boasts 16 foot ceilings with windows soaring 13 feet high in all rooms creating a light filled space with the great room and kitchen overlooking the Hoosac River, Greylock Mountains and iconic church steeples (see photo taken from this loft).  Enjoy the benefits of a large, private studio space with a work sink and northern light, an enormous, living area with gas stove, a spacious new cook's kitchen, large bedroom, family room/second bedroom, new master bath, powder room, entry way, abundant storage space and roof rights.  Other amenities include exposed beams, original columns, painted brick walls, new ceiling fans, 2 parking areas, a grassy common area overlooking the river with space to barbeque and connect with fellow artists. Pet friendly. 


As part of the Eclipse Mill, you will be joining a community of artists of every kind including painters, potters, textile artists, printmakers, musicians, photographers, dancers, writers, videographers, a lighting artist, an art book dealer and a photography gallery. The Mill consists of 40 artist studio/lofts including a public art gallery where resident artists, as well as guest artists participate in solo or group exhibitions.  Residents also take advantage of the nearby cultural scene which includes MassMoca, the expanding Clark Museum, Williams College theater and Museum, etc.  Year round recreational activites are at your doorstep.


Offered at $449,000.

Artist Loft, Artist Live/Work

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Artist Loft, Artist Live/Work


                                               Are You Interested In Living In The Eclipse Mill?


The Eclipse Mill is an artists' community consisting of forty (40) artist studio lofts located in a district zoned industrial by the City of North Adams, Massachusetts. The City allows residential use of the artist studios only as an accessory use. The primary use of the lofts must be for active engagement in artistic endeavors, either gainfully or as a vocation. The artist must be actively engaged in the fine arts, including but not limited to painting, printmaking, sculpture; or in the performing or visual arts, including but not limited to dance, choreography, photography, filmmaking, ceramics or the composition of music.

Criteria used to determine whether a prospective occupant is an artist includes, but is not limited to:

Demonstration of a serious, consistent commitment to his/her art currently and for at least 5 years.

Recognition by critics and peers, verifiable training &/or reputation, and credentials in the arts.

The artist needs loft space to create his/her art.


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Artist Loft, Artist Live/Work
Artist Loft, Artist Live/Work
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