32 Leverett Road, Shutesbury
Modern Transformation
  •  3 Bedrooms
  • 3 Baths3 Full Baths
  • 1,743 Sqft.1,257 above
    and 486 Sqft. below grade
  •  Single Family
  •  Built 1900
  •  Renovated 2022
  •  1.1 Acres
  •  Electric, Ductless Mini-Split
  •  Ductless Mini-Split
Property Details
Wow! This gutted 1900 built house on 1.1 A in Shutesbury Town Center has had a totally modern transformation! 1743 SF comprise 4 bedrooms & 3 baths, including 1st floor primary bedrm & bath w/ jetted tub + shower & tiled walls & floors - plus another 3/4 bath! Open concept floor plan joins the kitchen, dining & living areas, illuminated by copious natural & recessed lighting. Be amazed by sonos 5-point surround sound system wired here, along w/ security cameras w/ phone & kitchen controls. Kitchen (& baths) features quartz counters & backsplash & island w/ sink & for dishwasher. 2nd floor has 2 bedrms & 2nd full bath w/ 2nd laundry. 2-six zone, ductless mini-splits provide both heat & A/C on 3-levels + 240V electric heaters for baths. Basemt. walk-out includes family rm adjoined by laundry. Perks: wire-ready for TV/computer/camera in 4 locations; bath fans w/ bluetooth speaker & disinfecting light; concrete plaster board walls; solid core doors. Customizable choices! Close to Lake Wyola!
About Shutesbury

Shutesbury is chosen by its residents for its rural character, and they work hard to preserve that reputation with zoning laws to ensure its rural status and conservation of resources. Shutesbury is one of few towns left that enjoys true night darkness; the night sky can be experienced here as the town has forgone street lighting.

Shutesbury has a wonderful landscape to explore. Hiking locations include 10 miles of the New England Trail, the Houston Gage Trail, and Fiske Pond Trail which is located at Lake Wyola. Shutesbury Town Library lends members kayaks, life vests, and paddles for use at Lake Wyola. A unique point of interest is Julian’s Bower, it includes gardens and sculptures created by Julian Janowitz who explained this place “is my soul.”

Shutesbury Center is about 10 miles from downtown Amherst. It is approximately 35 minutes from Northampton via MA-9 E. Greenfield is also about a 35-minute drive but follows no major routes or highways. From Springfield, along US-202, Shutesbury is 32 miles north, or about a 50-minute drive.

Additional Information: Wikipedia or Shutesbury Town Website
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