4 Highland Road, Goshen
Pristine Colonial Home
  •  3 Bedrooms
  • 3 Baths2 Full  1 Half
  •  1,632 Sqft.
  •  Single Family
  •  Built 2005
  •  1.87 Acres
Property Details

Pristine, Colonial home, built in 2005 with approximate 1.87 acres, offers many updates and lovely views of Highland Lake. Features include 6 rooms, 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths with a mix of tile and maple hardwood flooring. Updates include new exterior doors and slider, kitchen back-splash, covered gutters and downspouts, re-built driveway, retaining walls, stone stairway and backyard patio, deck and more.

The main level features an open kitchen and dining area with recessed lighting and plenty of beautiful cabinetry. The living-room is spacious, with double-windows for an abundance of natural light, and new sliders access the exterior side deck. A half bath and laundry complete this level. Upstairs is the primary bedroom with en-suite and two additional bedrooms that share a full bath.

Amenities include a partially finished basement, perfect for a home-based office and/or workshop, plus internet is available! The interior has been painted and floors sanded since ownership. For the gardener, there are many perennials, plus apple, peach and cherry trees and forsythia, lilac and hydrangea bushes on site. For the outdoor enthusiast, the famous DAR State Forest is minutes away offering, swimming, fishing, boating, camping and hiking. Enjoy living in a small-town country community, yet close to area attractions and major cities and towns. Only 10 minutes to Williamsburg, 20 minutes to Northampton & Shelburne Falls and 30 minutes to Pittsfield or Greenfield. Check this one out, you will be glad you did!

About Goshen, MA

Goshen is a rural town in the northwestern corner of Hampshire County. The town consists of one general store, a post office, a fire station, a public library, and a town hall. Their regional elementary school is located about 7 minutes from the town center in Chesterfield, MA.

Goshen is where the colorless, natural beryl deposits were first found so the gem industry named it goshenite. In the past, goshenite was used for manufacturing eyeglasses and lenses because of its transparency. Points of interest in Goshen include the D.A.R. State Forest and The Institute For The Musical Arts. The D.A.R. State Forest includes the Upper Highland Lake; the Lower Highland Lake is private to local families with year round and summer properties along the lake.

Goshen is about 20 minutes northwest of Northampton along MA Route 9, with an additional 20 minute drive south to Springfield via I-91 S, and roughly 30 minutes from Greenfield, MA by way of MA Route 112 N and MA Route 2 East.

Additional Information: Official Town Website or Wikipedia
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