- 3 Bedrooms
- 3 Baths2 Full 1 Half
- 1,908 Sqft.
- Single Family
- Built 2003
- 2.07 Acres
- 2 Spaces
- Hot Water Baseboard, Oil
Picture postcard perfect! This one owner 2003, continuously updated Colonial, built on 2 open acres surrounded by tree perimeter, is pristine & so inviting. Sited in a neighborhood of newer homes in a rural setting, Munsell St. is strategically located just 10 minutes between Belchertown and Amherst Centers, including Amherst College and UMASS. This 1904 SF home features 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms & a 2 car garage.
The open concept floor plan provides a circular flow between the living room, kitchen with dining area & deck access to backyard that adjoins formal dining room. Stylish half bath completes the main level. he spacious master bedroom with steam bath along with 2 more bedrooms & full bath are on the 2nd floor. Every room has been tastefully painted with modern colors and decor. Other perks (listed in attachment) include: electrical panel, outside lights, oil burner tank & zone thermostat; ceiling fan & bathroom fan; refigerator & dishwasher, slider, etc. Love and (live) in it!
Belchertown has one of the largest land areas in Massachusetts consisting of 55 square miles. Most of the population settles around the town center, which flourishes with small businesses and a variety of churches, while most of the town is considered rural-residential with farms and orchards dotting both plains and hillsides.
The Northeastern border of Belchertown lies adjacent to the Quabbin Reservoir, one of the country’s largest man-made reservoirs, which attracts over a half-million visitors every year. Hiking, fishing, boating, and cross-country skiing are commonplace as there are a variety of recreational spaces to enjoy.
The town is crossed by the major East-West Route 9 which heads from Ware through Amherst. Amherst center is approximately 10 miles along Route 9 from the center of Belchertown. Interstate 90 is the nearest interstate to town, running East-West just South of the town, with exits in Ludlow and Palmer.