Adjacent to the former site of Green River Lumber, the Berkshire Veneer building totals 12,500 square feet and is situated at the end of a private road in Egremont. Built in 2006 on an eight acre parcel of flat and open land, there is a 10,000 square foot free span warehouse and 2,500 square feet suite of offices and reception area. There are two bathrooms, a full kitchen, full length attic storage and a utility room. Office interiors are finished with beautiful, locally sourced and milled hardwood flooring (Green River Lumber), hard maple moldings and architectural, custom veneered doors. 100% of the building features radiant heat. 20 kW Kohler stand by back-up generator with 500-gallon propane tank. 200 amp service, three phase underground power. There is a 15-kW solar panel array with significant room for expansion on the standing seam metal roof. Private well and private septic. Loading dock for tractor trailer deliveries as well as two 14-foot overhead doors that could allow for a tractor trailer to pull completely thorough the building. Because the eaves are at 18 feet and the peak is at 28 feet, a mezzanine could be installed, thereby doubling the warehouse space. Satellite provides wifi
internet at an average of 20 MBPS. Sound system hardwired in teh offices and in the warehouse. The attention to detail on this
property is paramount, from the sustainable local materials, passive solar siting of the structure, and environmentally responsible stewardship of the land.