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About The Taggart House


Welcome to The Taggart House. This stunning estate was constructed in 1850 by noted Stockbridge resident Henry Dwight Sedgwick. For over 150 years, several notables called The Taggart House home, including the psychologist: Erik Erikson. In the 1980s, The Taggart House was owned by the eccentric Rush Taggart, who gave the home its modern-day name. Serving as a Bed & Breakfast for much of the 2000s, The Taggart House was completely restored in 2014 by its current owners: the Manley family. The estate now serves as a weekly vacation rental with The Ballroom used for special occasions.  Recently added to the National Register of Historic Places, The Taggart House combines fine 19th century architecture with luxurious comfort and modern amenities.

About this website:

-Visit the “Gallery” tab for detailed images and descriptions.
-Visit the “Retreats” tab for descriptions of uses for The Ballroom.
-The “Nearby” tab is a collection of our favorite places in the Berkshires.
-The “Availability” tab is a calendar of days that are open and/or rented.

Thank you for visiting TaggartHouse.com, and we look forward to hearing from you!