Historic Ski Lodge Turned Barn

Built as a ski lodge in 1945, The Summit Tow was a favorite destination for winter fun in Holden Massachusetts until 1955.  Purchased  in 1964, the Parker family turned the property into a horse farm raising champion Appaloosas and Quarter Horses.

The stone barn has amazing features that will make the dream of your rustic barn wedding come true. An elegant bridal loft with a Juliet balcony s spacious and decorated for getting ready as well as an ideal spot for photos. The 12 foot fireplace is an amazing backdrop for indoor ceremonies.

Originally the traceable roots of the property was first as a farm owned by Welcome Aldrich in 1866. In the early 1900's, a 45 room hotel called the Summit House, stood at the highest point of the property. Guests would take the train out of the city to come to the country for fresh air and the cool summer breezes. The Summit House burnt in August 1915

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