It sounds like Wendy knows your property. She's a great agent with whom I have worked before.
If you have a Berkshire property, please strongly consider hiring a Berkshire agent. We have different forms and practices here with which other agents across the state are not familiar. Berkshrie buyers tend to contact Berkshire agents...go figure! We do accompanied showings. Lockboxes are rally rare, and certainly wouldn't help to sell this unique property.
Berkshire agents are adept at working with both local buyers and second home buyers from NYC, Boston, and elsewhere who will find your property very appealing. The biggest piece of advice I can give is LISTEN to your real estate professional with regard to pricing. If you over-price, the few buyers out there who would consider this special, unique listing won't even see it come up on their searches - it will be your special little secret, and it won't get sold. The problem with under-pricing is obvious.
A Berkshire agent will get this listing on the Berkshire County MLS, which is the logical place where Berkshire buyers will go to get information. That information will go to Realtor.com, and the agent is very likely to get your property on other websites as well. Local print media such as the Berkshire Book of Homes and the Berkshire Homebuyers Guide also tie in to the Internet. Your Berkshire agent will go where Berkshire buyers are looking, and make sure your listing gets just the right exposure.
Yes, in the interest of full disclosure I have to say that I am the Berkshire Board's president-elect, so I hold a distinct, and completely justifiable bias toward our agents!!!!... more