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Since the early 1900's Lenox has held fame as a beautiful resort village tucked
away in the wooded Berhshire Hills. Early accounts call it one of the prettiest
inland towns that even a European visitor would call a gem among the mountains!
Today, the historic village of Lenox still retains it's old-world, exotic charm.
Lenox's historical city center is a short drive off Route 7/20, protecting us
from the rush and clatter of constant traffic. Situated in a small, hillside
dip, the few blocks of this small historical center are easily traversed by
foot, helping it retain that small village charm. The tourist is well advised
to find a place to park, and walk through town to readily discover the quality
shops and small eateries available.
A vibrant strip of businesses has grown up along Route 7/20, just above Historic
Lenox, in support of the small town's tourist industry. This stip of businesses
holds several motels,
restaurants, a small mall, modern fast-food restaurants and quality
Lenox is less than 140 miles from both New York City and Boston coming west
on the Massachusetts Turnpike. The town is only a short 10-minute drive from
this interstate making it both easily accessible, and yet hidden from view in
the lush New England forest. Lenox can be reached from the Boston area in about
2 1/2 hours, and from the New York metropolitan area in about 3 hours.
The 2000 census found Lenox to have a year-round population of around 5,000,
and a summer population of nearly 35.000. This burgeoning summer population
makes the area an interesting and prosperous place to live, and also supplies
a quiet, meditation existence in the winter. Population density in the area
is only 243 people per square mile!
Lenox is located in Berkshire County of western Massachusetts and is part of
the Pittsfield Massachusetts Metropolital Statistical Area. The official area
of Lenox also includes the villages of New Lenox, and Lenoxdale.
As a arts and culture
mecca, Lenox is the site of Tanglewood Music Center and the summer home
of the Boston Symphony Orchestra.
One of the most striking features of living in Lenox is the numerous large
mansion estates, many of which have been turned into tourist attractions and/or
schools and businesses. For over a hundred years the Lenox area has attracted
the rich and famous for summer vacations.
We feature area businesses: realtors, outfitters and guides, recreation, motels, restaurants, bed and breakfasts,
community associations and more in our colorful streets.
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