- 4 Bedrooms
- 4 Baths3 Full 1 Half
- 3,524 Sqft.
- Single Family
- Built 1988
- 1.85 Acres
- 2 Spaces
- Hot Water Baseboard, Gas
- Ductless Mini-Split
Enjoy residential bliss in this stunning Colonial set at the end of a cul-de-sac on a pristine 1.85 acre lot that affords privacy & tranquility, while still maintaining its central location in Northampton. A rare opportunity to own a home meticulously updated by its original owners, within walking distance to downtown Florence & Northampton, the High School & Cooley Dickinson Hospital! This 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath home has a room for every occasion. The foyer leads to an inviting living room, formal dining room with fireplace, eat-in kitchen with access to the wraparound deck, perfect for alfresco dining! An office, den, ½ bath & mudroom complete the first floor.
Upstairs, find 4 generously sized bedrooms & 2 full bathrooms, inclusive of the master suite. Extra features include: ductless mini splits, finished lower level with full bath, walk-out & sound system.
Exterior & interior paint redone, as well as a new roof. Two car garage, attic storage & close proximity to Rt. 91. Make this dream home yours!
Northampton is a liberal community known to be a lively hub for academics, arts, and counterculture. In recent years Northampton has been recognized as a top-rated town for families, historic preservation, and outdoor activities. Home to the prestigious Smith College for women, education has always been a priority in Northampton. There is also a great focus on conservation with 21% of Northampton being protected open space.
The downtown center is one of the most vibrant in New England and provides the perfect atmosphere for strolling with an array of restaurants, coffee shops, locally owned stores, salons, and theaters. Northampton is unique in the number of independently owned businesses that make up its community.
Conveniently located at the intersections of Interstate 91 (North and South) and Route 9 (East and West), Northampton is less than 20 miles north of Springfield, MA, 40 miles south of Brattleboro, VT, and roughly 8 miles west of Amherst center and the University of Massachusetts campus.