68 Cheapside Street, Greenfield
Along Deerfield River
- 4 Bedrooms
- 2 Baths
- 1.626 sqft.
- 0.98 acres
Rare, water-front sanctuary, and kayakers dream home, overlooking the Deerfield River in Greenfield, Massachusetts. The home has been well maintained, with many updates and all contents will convey with the sale. Built in 1912, this two- story, single family residence, is sited on .98 acre parcel of land, offers 3 parking spaces and a paved driveway. Features include 7 rooms, 4 bedrooms and two full baths and an open floor plan. The first level has a country kitchen, dining and living-room space, while a wood stove delivers heat and ambiance to this gracious area. There are exceptional water views from 3 slider’s overlooking the river and plenty of wildlife for entertainment. In addition, there is a 1st floor bedroom with a walk-in closet, full bath with laundry, a front foyer and separate mudroom. Upstairs are 3 bedrooms that share a full bath and there is plenty of closet space. Amenities include beautiful wood floors throughout, public water & sewer, plus internet availability. Conveniently located near I-91, public and private schools, shopping and restaurants. This sweet home is move- in ready and easy to show. Summer on the Deerfield is a call away. Kayaks included!
About Greenfield, MA
Greenfield is located at the center of Franklin County. It lies at the junctions of the Deerfield, Green, and Connecticut rivers. As a growing city, Greenfield has turned the historic downtown buildings into new storefronts and loft apartments and new infrastructure includes a regional transit center and Amtrak service along the Burlington-New York-Washington DC corridor.
Greenfield has a vibrant and picturesque downtown comprised of dining, shopping, entertainment, history, architecture, and recreation all within walking distance. It is home of the Pioneer Valley Symphony Orchestra and the Franklin County Fair.
Greenfield sits at the junction of Interstate 91 and Route 2. It is approximately 20 miles north of Northampton, and 40 miles north of Springfield or roughly 16 miles south of Brattleboro, VT via Interstate 91. Route 2 follows along the famous Mohawk Trail West and East.