Downtown Lenox Gilded Age former home, currently used as multiple office suites. The 3000sf Carriage House behind holds an office suite on the first floor, a three bedroom apartment on the second, and a one-car garage workshop. This beautiful example of Colonial Revival architecture is one of two ''cottages'' built by the Bishop family as guest houses to their mansions, the other is next door. The David Wolf Bishop House has a wide entry porch flanking the facade and a front circular drive large enough for parking. There is a second and larger private parking lot behind the main house accessed from Church Street. The main building may easily be transformed back into a single family residence, yet it's a terrific investment as popular downtown Lenox offices.