Gorgeous, custom-built Colonial located in a delightful, natural setting, yet close to all amenities. The Goshen stone walk-way leads to the traditional front porch and a stunning entry foyer with beautiful woodwork! This thoughtfully designed floor plan fits perfectly with today's lifestyle of working and relaxing at home. The first floor offers comfortable living space with unique hardwood flooring, and oak woodwork throughout. The spacious kitchen has a breakfast bar, pantry closet, dining area with a slider to the rear deck, and is open to the family room. A stairway to finished space above the garage is perfect for the home office, or could be a 4th bedroom. Upstairs are 3 bedrooms with the master having it's private bath and walk-in closet. A lower level entertainment room has French doors opening to a rear patio and beautiful back yard which overlooks a small stream. Newer 3-zone heat & AC condenser; whole-house generator; central vac.; heated garage; and more!
About Hatfield, MA
Hatfield is historically an agricultural town, originally raising sheep, cattle, and wheat. Later becoming the leading producers of tobacco and onions throughout the entire state, 120 tobacco barns still remain in town. An heiress to one of the largest fortunes in Hatfield, Sophia Smith, founded Smith College, and Caleb Dickinson founded Northampton’s Dickinson Hospital. Today, Hatfield remains a small rural town that prides itself in being a close-knit community with roughly 3,300 citizens.
Hatfield is located on the Western border of the Connecticut River a short 10-minute drive to Northampton’s center. With an entrance to Interstate 91 where it intersects with US Route 5/Route 10, Springfield lies 25 miles to the South while Greenfield is approximately 20 miles to the North.