For rent is the right half of the Tuttle Farm Homestead, an historic 1812 Amherst College building, completely restored in 2012 as a modern duplex, with its original glory, and moved to the Amherst Historic District, sitting three doors from Emily Dickinson's house, in downtown Amherst.
This right-side half of the duplex has a master bedroom suite, two more bedrooms, laundry, and a second full-bath upstairs. Downstairs is a modern kitchen, an open floor-plan DR & LR, and a half-bath. Stainless kitchen and laundry appliances are included - modern everything. Modern, efficient natural gas heat. Large full basement with drop-ceilings, that can serve as a large storage space or game room. Plenty of storage in attic and basement.
Private driveway for 2 cars. Beautifully manicured landscaping and snow removal included in rent. Utilities and garbage collection not included.
Your perfect combination of brand new and historic house, less than a 5-minute walk to the Amherst High School, 300 yards from Amherst College, 1 mile from UMass, and only 150 feet to the bus stop.
Background checks required. No pets. No fires. No smoking of any kind. Not a place for parties.
Available March 15, 2018. Seeking Lease through June 2019. Utilities not included. This is a quiet home --not a place for parties. All persons 18 or over must be on lease, and authorize credit, rental, and criminal background checks, paid by applicants. No pets. No smoking.
At $2,500, this listing is priced $451 more than the current market rate for a 3 bedroom home in Amherst.
Students who live in 14 Gray Street #B RIGHT attend the following Amherst (Unified School District) and Amherst Pelham (Unified School District) public schools:
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Amherst-Pelham Regional Middle School
Grades 7 - 8
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Amherst Regional High School
Grades 9 - 12
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