29 Walnut Street, Turners Falls
Victorian Farmhouse with finished Carriage House
  •  3 Bedrooms
  • 2 Baths2 Full Baths
  • 1,689 Sqft.1,689 Sqft. above grade
  •  Single Family
  •  Built 1916
  •  1.55 Acres
Property Details
Circa 1916 Victorian farmhouse has been tastefully redone and includes a finished Carriage House with kitchenette and a loft, perfect for a home-based business. The home consists of 7 rooms, 3 bedrooms and 2 full baths and 1.55 acres of land. There is 24 x 48 deck with wrought -iron balustrades and the front porch deck, posts and railings have been replaced. The kitchen update includes new maple cupboards, granite counter-tops, tile flooring and a laundry room. There are Earthwise double hung vinyl replacement windows on the 2nd floor and many replacement windows on the 1st floor. The interior of the main house has been freshly painted and woodwork stained. Since ownership the sellers have insulated the attic, upgraded the electrical to 200 amps, updated the plumbing, replaced the heating system and converted to gas heat and much more. The Carriage House renovation includes oak flooring, 100 amp electrical service, replacement windows, an Anderson sliding door and new roof in 2021. The structure has been insulated and is heated by a Vermont Casting gas stove. Additional amenities include a storage shed, a small greenhouse, town water and sewer, internet availability and a horseshoe driveway for charming curb appeal. Imagine warm summer days sitting on the front porch or entertaining family and friends on the impressive back deck.
About Montague

The town of Montague, comprised of five villages, is nestled along the Connecticut River in the upper Pioneer Valley. The villages are Montague Center, Montague City, Lake Pleasant, Millers Falls, and Turners Falls. Turners Falls contains over half the town’s population. Montague is home to Cornelia Clapp (1849-1934) who had a major influence in extending scientific knowledge and opportunity to women through education and was rated as one of the top zoologists in the United States in her lifetime.

Montague’s points of interest include the Bridge of Names, the Great Falls Discovery Center, Unity Park, the Canalside Rail Trail, and Peskeomskut Park. Great Falls Discovery Center’s exhibits show the natural, cultural, and industrial history of the Connecticut River watershed, from the Canadian border to the Long Island Sound. Unity Park offers a walkway with fitness stations, sports fields and courts, and a variety of gardens. In the spring of 2015, The Montague Parks and Recreation Department installed a Sway Fun Glider to accommodate individuals with mobility issues.

Montague is approximately a 25-minute drive from Northampton via I-91 N to MA-47 N. Greenfield and Deerfield sit across the river but are both roughly 15 minutes from their town center to the town center of Montague.

Additional Information: Wikipedia or Montague's Town Website
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