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RE/MAX COMPASS

Unique and special property location in a quaint area of Western MA. Lot consists of 60 acres in Cummington and 4 acres in Worthington. Special area of vegetation and wildlife. Vast amounts of lichen, moss, mountain laurel and several species of trees. View opportunities and water features. Imagine what you can do with the Goshen Stone harvested on your own land. Endless possibilities with this 64 acre parcel located within 34 minutes to Northampton and 30 minutes to the Berkshires.Owner has been successfully using Tentrr (similar to Airbnb) for renting out this property. https://www.tentrr.com/s/sites/?q=cummington+ma


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ASHMERE REALTY, INC.
$174,900
2 BD | 1 BA
Residential - Single Family

Ranch style home with 2 bedrooms, includes two parcels, 1 Honey Hill Road (1.5 acres) and Trouble Street which abuts (3.25 acres). Recently repainted interior, newer appliances include stove, refrigerator, dishwasher, washer and dryer, all on the first floor. Newer metal roof! Replacement windows within the past 6 years. Well pump 7+ years, hot water tank 3+ years. Propane tank rented. Cozy country living with easy access to Pittsfield or Northampton.


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ALL SEASONS REALTY GROUP
$314,900
4 BD | 2 BA
Residential - Single Family

Stylish contemporary with large private lot. Relax and enjoy the tranquility on your wrap around deck. Fiber optic internet scheduled to be installed August 14th, so you can enjoy the peace and quiet while working from home.


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WILLIAM PITT SOTHEBY'S INTERNATIONAL REALTY
$1,625,000
4 BD | 2 BA
Residential - Single Family

297 Acre, fourth generation working family farm with Impeccable views of the Westfield River Valley and beyond. Located in rural Western Massachusetts in the town of Cummington, this picturesque setting is equidistant to the Berkshires and Northampton areas for most of what anyone could ever desire. Very rich in history, this one of kind property is part of the original William Cullen Bryant farm and estate dating back to the 1800's. The upper Bryant farm was built in 1871 by William Cullen Bryant for his eldest daughter Frances (1822-1893). In most recent years, the current owners have begun renovating the 5000+ sqft antique home with a new roof, siding and trim, windows, kitchen, bath, and the caretaker's quarters started. Welcome home.



  

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