Kathy Zeamer | Hadley Real Estate, Amherst Real Estate, North Hampton Real Estate


Rarely offered, totally rebuilt 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath, Granby Heights end-unit Townhouse with attached in-tandem garage, bonus room in basement, and many updates including HVAC system, hot water tank, and new appliances (stove, refrigerator, and washer/dryer). The master bedroom has an en-suite bath with laundry conveniently located in the same space. There is a nicely finished family room in the basement that adds to the overall living area. With more than 1500 square feet of space this unit is one of the largest in this quiet community with in-ground pool and tennis court. Within the walls there are two fireplaces -- one in the living room and a second in the basement. The walls could be opened, a mantel added or a fireplace insert installed, for added warmth and ambiance. The rooms are generously sized and receive great natural light. Enjoy quick access to Atkins Farm Market, Hampshire College, and the Mount Holyoke Range State Park. Pet-friendly community a plus!

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70 Granby Heights, Granby, MA 01033

Condo

$165,500
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Rarely offered, totally rebuilt 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath, Granby Heights end-unit Townhouse with attached in-tandem garage, bonus room in basement, and many updates including HVAC system, hot water tank, and new appliances (stove, refrigerator, and washer/dryer). The master bedroom has an en-suite bath with laundry conveniently located in the same space. There is a nicely finished family room in the basement that adds to the overall living area. With more than 1500 square feet of space this unit is one of the largest in this quiet community with in-ground pool and tennis court. Within the walls there are two fireplaces -- one in the living room and a second in the basement. The walls could be opened, a mantel added or a fireplace insert installed, for added warmth and ambiance. The rooms are generously sized and receive great natural light. Enjoy quick access to Atkins Farm Market, Hampshire College, and the Mount Holyoke Range State Park. Pet-friendly community a plus!
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Two-family Farmhouse style home in a great south Hatfield location -- right next to the Old Mill Inn. Property is configured with up and down 2-bedroom units with modern kitchens and baths, spacious bedrooms, and separate utilities. The exterior has been recently painted and there is a 2-car garage with attached workshop and overhead walk-up storage. Located close to the dam on the Mill River, you can fall asleep to the soothing sound of the waterfall. Ample parking, laundry hook-ups, and short walk to schools, a plus! This is a great property for owner occupancy -- live in one unit and receive income from the other. Hatfield is one of the area's best kept secrets with low property taxes, rural farming environment, small town sensibilities, walkable neighborhoods, close highway access, and only 10 minutes to downtown Northampton. Call today for an appointment to view this home -- perfect for first-time homeowners, investors, or those looking to reduce their monthly housing expenses.

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4 Chestnut Hill Road, Leverett, MA 01054

Single-Family

$288,500
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
Charming Antique Colonial set on a quiet hillside near North Leverett center. The house contains many original features such as wide pine flooring, exposed beams, leaded windows, and two Rumford fireplaces (one in dining room, a second in upstairs bedroom) which add warmth. South-facing orientation assures sunlight through nearly every window. Detached 2-car garage contains spacious second floor studio with cathedral ceilings, wood stove, and windows galore -- perfect for an artist, musician, or woodworker. One-floor living is possible with first floor master bedroom, bathroom, and laundry. The bathroom has a sunken brick tub/shower and slate floor, which add to the period appeal of the home. Two additional good-sized bedrooms complete the second floor with beamed ceilings, pine floors, and a gorgeous fireplace in the larger room. Garden shed, fruit trees, perennials, storage space, high speed fiber-optic internet, and newly installed septic system a plus! A lovely spot to call home.
Open House
Saturday
September 22 at 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
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Location: 4 Chestnut Hill Road, Leverett, MA 01054    Get Directions

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