Daniel Lenwood Alden
I am a lifelong native of the Berkshires with roots to the Pilgrim settlers of the original Massachusetts Bay Colony, a precursor to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. My family lineage is one of business and trades-people who built the backbone of many New England communities and traditions of commerce, and I consider my role as a real estate broker to be in keeping with this tradition of service to my community and to the betterment of individuals of all cultural backgrounds and financial levels.
My wife and I live in Mill River, Massachusetts near the banks of the Konkapot River, the namesake of a Mohican Indian chief. As I built the house in which we live from the ground up and with the help of a dear friend and contractor, we both felt as if we were under the watchful eye of “The Chief”. Whenever a question arises about our property, I always ask myself, “What would the Chief like to see happen here?”
I strive to help each customer to find their own inner “Chief” in the home ownership experience and hope that my impact on our little corner of the world and every property-owner’s life that I touch has a positive and nurturing long-term effect.
When I’m not selling real estate (or sometimes in the midst of doing so) I enjoy hiking, motorcycling, reading, meditating, traveling, and soaking in as much art, culture, music, and big ideas as I can.