Lancelot Lake real estate is regarded as a limited supply market in Massachusetts for lake homes and lake lots.
Lancelot Lake is located in the vacation homes community of Sherwood Forest Lake. This community is in Berkshire County, near the town of Becket, Massachusetts. Springfield, Massachusetts, is 35 miles east, and Boston is nestled across the state, sitting 120 miles east.
The closest international airport, Bradley International, is 40 miles south in Windsor Locks, Connecticut. The closest location for urgent care is the Fairview Hospital, 23 miles southeast in Great Barrington, Massachusetts.
Nearby restaurants where you can grab a bite to eat are the Sherwood Shoppe, Fratelli's Restaurant & Pizza, and Farmington River Diner.
Spanning a relatively small distance of six acres, Lancelot Lake has a private, exclusive atmosphere that residents are sure to love.
There is plenty for residents to do on Lancelot Lake. Residents can swim or canoe around the lake, and anglers will love the local populations of bass and bluegill.
Looking for an outdoor adventure? Visit Butternut Ski Area and Tubing Center, featuring a ski area of over 10 acres, with 11 lifts and artificial snowmakers on all trails.
The Berkshires — as the area surrounding the pond is colloquially known — is an outdoors enthusiast's wonderland! Many parks and preserves surround the pond, like Otis State Forest, Sandisfield State Forest, Tyringham Cobble Park, and Beartown State Forest.
For indoor fun, check out the Norman Rockwell Museum. This museum contains a significant collection of the artist’s original work and memorabilia on display in his hometown.
If you're looking to step out of nature and into a historic city, Springfield is just under an hour away!
The Zoo in Forest Park is a not-for-profit zoo that houses over 200 native and exotic animals. It features a diverse array of mammals, birds, reptiles, invertebrates, and amphibians.
While at the zoo, check out the beautiful 700-acre park it's nestled in. Designed by the father of modern landscape architecture, Frederick Law Olmsted, many consider Forest Park the jewel of Springfield.
Visitors will enjoy courts and fields for sports like baseball, basketball, tennis, bocce, and soccer. The many trails, roads, and paths surrounding the park are a beautiful setting for a walk or run.
If you're a history or weapons buff, check out the Springfield Armory, the U.S. Armed Forces primary weapons manufacturer from the Revolutionary War to 1968.
After a long day of exploring, try one of the many eateries in Springfield like Red Rose Pizzeria, Student Prince Cafe, and Fort Restaurant, and Theodore’s Blues, Booze, and BBQ.
Those looking for a place to unwind will love living on Lancelot Lake.