Pittsfield

Pittsfield, named after British nobleman William Pitt, is The Berkshire's largest city and cultural center.

Pittsfield, named after British nobleman William Pitt, is Berkshire County’s largest city at 42.5 square miles. A former farming community and mill town, Pittsfield today is considered to be not only the geographic hub of the Berkshires, but also its cultural center. Waterfront properties can be found at Lake Onota and Lake Pontoosuc, two spectacular lakes. The city proudly boasts The Berkshire Museum, Barrington Stage Company, the gilded-age Colonial Theatre, The Beacon Cinema and author Herman Melville’s spectacular estate, Arrowhead, as well as the main campus of Berkshire Community College and the Berkshire Athanaeum. Outdoor and nature enthusiasts enjoy the myriad programs and facilities found at the living tree library, Hebert Arboretum at Springside Park, and the historic, city-owned Wahconah Park, one of the last remaining ballparks in the U.S. with a wooden grandstand. Located just over 2 hours from Boston, the city is reflective of a vibrant mix of thriving residential, commercial, industrial, educational and artistic endeavors, earning it Massachusetts’s coveted 2009 Commonwealth Award, the state’s highest honor in the arts, humanities and sciences.

Pittsfield, named after British nobleman William Pitt, is Berkshire County’s largest city at 42.5 square miles. A former farming community and mill town, Pittsfield today is considered to be not only the geographic hub of the Berkshires, but also its cultural center. Waterfront properties can be found at Lake Onota and Lake Pontoosuc, two spectacular lakes. The city proudly boasts The Berkshire Museum, Barrington Stage Company, the gilded-age Colonial Theatre, The Beacon Cinema and author Herman Melville’s spectacular estate, Arrowhead, as well as the main campus of Berkshire Community College and the Berkshire Athanaeum. Outdoor and nature enthusiasts enjoy the myriad programs and facilities found at the living tree library, Hebert Arboretum at Springside Park, and the historic, city-owned Wahconah Park, one of the last remaining ballparks in the U.S. with a wooden grandstand. Located just over 2 hours from Boston, the city is reflective of a vibrant mix of thriving residential, commercial, industrial, educational and artistic endeavors, earning it Massachusetts’s coveted 2009 Commonwealth Award, the state’s highest honor in the arts, humanities and sciences.

Pittsfield, named after British nobleman William Pitt, is Berkshire County’s largest city at 42.5 square miles. A former farming community and mill town, Pittsfield today is considered to be not only the geographic hub of the Berkshires, but also its cultural center. Waterfront properties can be found at Lake Onota and Lake Pontoosuc, two spectacular lakes. The city proudly boasts The Berkshire Museum, Barrington Stage Company, the gilded-age Colonial Theatre, The Beacon Cinema and author Herman Melville’s spectacular estate, Arrowhead, as well as the main campus of Berkshire Community College and the Berkshire Athanaeum. Outdoor and nature enthusiasts enjoy the myriad programs and facilities found at the living tree library, Hebert Arboretum at Springside Park, and the historic, city-owned Wahconah Park, one of the last remaining ballparks in the U.S. with a wooden grandstand. Located just over 2 hours from Boston, the city is reflective of a vibrant mix of thriving residential, commercial, industrial, educational and artistic endeavors, earning it Massachusetts’s coveted 2009 Commonwealth Award, the state’s highest honor in the arts, humanities and sciences.

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8 Club Cir
Pittsfield, MA $699,900

8 Club Cir

Pittsfield, MA

$699,900
  • 2 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1,262 Sqft
35 Chapman Rd
Pittsfield, MA $619,900

35 Chapman Rd

Pittsfield, MA

$619,900
  • 3 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • 1,814 Sqft
395 Churchill St
Pittsfield, MA $600,000

395 Churchill St

Pittsfield, MA

$600,000
  • 4 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • 2,607 Sqft
71 South Church St #N305
Pittsfield, MA $499,000

71 South Church St #N305

Pittsfield, MA

$499,000
  • 3 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • 2,087 Sqft
82 Cambridge Ave
Pittsfield, MA $374,900

82 Cambridge Ave

Pittsfield, MA

$374,900
  • 4 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1,862 Sqft
328 Benedict Rd
Pittsfield, MA $369,900

328 Benedict Rd

Pittsfield, MA

$369,900
  • 5 Beds
  • 1 Baths
  • 1,731 Sqft
10 Applewood Ln
Pittsfield, MA $340,000

10 Applewood Ln

Pittsfield, MA

$340,000
  • 3 Beds
  • 2/1 Baths
  • 1,720 Sqft
6 Putnam Ave
Pittsfield, MA $320,000

6 Putnam Ave

Pittsfield, MA

$320,000
  • 4 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 2,016 Sqft

Pittsfield

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Pittsfield

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