Homes for Sale, Real Estate Agents and Information about Greenfield, MA

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94 MLS Listings of Homes for Sale in Greenfield, MA


Population  18,168 people.  (98th in Massachusetts.)
Official Town Website

The Town of Greenfield is a residential community located at the cross roads of Interstate 91, Route 2 and the famous Mohawk Trail in Western Massachusetts, 98 miles from Boston. There are airports nearby and travel to New York City, Springfield, Brattleboro, Vt., Keene, New Hampshire and Montreal, Canada by bus or automobile is convenient.

Greenfield offers all the amenities for residents and visitors for the whole of Franklin County: theaters, drama groups, local newspapers, restaurants, radio stations, library, YMCA, churches, golf courses, centralized shopping with free parking, Farmers Market, covered bridge, historic walking district, skiing and skating areas, museum, hospital, motels, post office, senior center, full time police and fire departments, industrial park, financial institutions, internationally famous private schools, court house and professional services.

Poet Seat Tower provides a picturesque view of a scenic Greenfield Community College Campus and a quiet, friendly town proud of its renovated schools, volunteerism, industrial history, parks and playgrounds, county fair, active business and civic organizations, art and craft shows and the outstanding Pioneer Valley Symphony Orchestra.

Greenfield residents feel it's just the kind of town most people dream about as the ideal place to live and raise a family - small enough to get to know people personally, yet private - not a suburb to any big city. With its ever changing four-season climate, and surrounded by rivers, lakes, mountains, apple orchards and farm land; they believe it is a good place to visit and a good place to live.

Northwestern Massachusetts, bordered by Colrain on the northwest, Leyden and Bernardston on the north, Gill and Montague on the east, Deerfield on the south, and Shelburne on the southwest and west. Greenfield is 36 miles north of Springfield; 95 miles northwest of Boston; 91 miles from Albany, New York; and 170 miles from New York City.

Narrative compiled by the Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD).

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