Hinsdale

Berkshire County, Massachusetts

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Hinsdale, comprising 21.7 square miles of area within the Berkshire Hills, offers an abundance of recreational and social opportunities as well as splendid scenery and natural resources.

Situated in the Berkshire Hills about 9 miles east of Pittsfield, Hinsdale is known for its scenic splendor provided by breathtaking mountain peaks, flowing rivers, pristine reservoirs and the Appalachian Trail, which traverses a portion of town. The town was incorporated in 1771, but not as Hinsdale. It was originally called Partridgefield, named for Oliver Partridge, one of the town’s three purchasers, but later changed to Hinsdale in honor of the Rev. Theodore Hinsdale, owner of a prosperous woolen mill. Presently, the town is home to about 2,032 residents who reside within its 21.7-square-mile area. The town offers myriad recreational, social and scenic opportunities, with its wealth of summer camps, country club, golf course, lake activities and hiking trails. Hinsdale students are served by the Central Berkshire Regional School District, of which the town is one of seven member communities in the district. Hinsdale is also home to the Boston and Albany Railroad, although the local train depot closed in the mid-1950’s. Amtrak is accessible in nearby Pittsfield, as the town lies along the CSX Transportation rail line.

Situated in the Berkshire Hills about 9 miles east of Pittsfield, Hinsdale is known for its scenic splendor provided by breathtaking mountain peaks, flowing rivers, pristine reservoirs and the Appalachian Trail, which traverses a portion of town. The town was incorporated in 1771, but not as Hinsdale. It was originally called Partridgefield, named for Oliver Partridge, one of the town’s three purchasers, but later changed to Hinsdale in honor of the Rev. Theodore Hinsdale, owner of a prosperous woolen mill. Presently, the town is home to about 2,032 residents who reside within its 21.7-square-mile area. The town offers myriad recreational, social and scenic opportunities, with its wealth of summer camps, country club, golf course, lake activities and hiking trails. Hinsdale students are served by the Central Berkshire Regional School District, of which the town is one of seven member communities in the district. Hinsdale is also home to the Boston and Albany Railroad, although the local train depot closed in the mid-1950’s. Amtrak is accessible in nearby Pittsfield, as the town lies along the CSX Transportation rail line.

Situated in the Berkshire Hills about 9 miles east of Pittsfield, Hinsdale is known for its scenic splendor provided by breathtaking mountain peaks, flowing rivers, pristine reservoirs and the Appalachian Trail, which traverses a portion of town. The town was incorporated in 1771, but not as Hinsdale. It was originally called Partridgefield, named for Oliver Partridge, one of the town’s three purchasers, but later changed to Hinsdale in honor of the Rev. Theodore Hinsdale, owner of a prosperous woolen mill. Presently, the town is home to about 2,032 residents who reside within its 21.7-square-mile area. The town offers myriad recreational, social and scenic opportunities, with its wealth of summer camps, country club, golf course, lake activities and hiking trails. Hinsdale students are served by the Central Berkshire Regional School District, of which the town is one of seven member communities in the district. Hinsdale is also home to the Boston and Albany Railroad, although the local train depot closed in the mid-1950’s. Amtrak is accessible in nearby Pittsfield, as the town lies along the CSX Transportation rail line.

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479 Peru Rd
Hinsdale, MA $1,499,000

479 Peru Rd

Hinsdale, MA

$1,499,000
  • 4 Beds
  • 5/2 Baths
  • 5,250 Sqft
415 George Schnopp Rd
Hinsdale, MA $460,000

415 George Schnopp Rd

Hinsdale, MA

$460,000
  • 3 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • 2,200 Sqft
588 East Washington Rd
Hinsdale, MA $309,000

588 East Washington Rd

Hinsdale, MA

$309,000
  • 4 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1,148 Sqft
92 Henry Dr
Hinsdale, MA $274,900

92 Henry Dr

Hinsdale, MA

$274,900
  • 3 Beds
  • 1 Baths
  • 1,303 Sqft
80 Old Windsor Rd
Hinsdale, MA $222,500

80 Old Windsor Rd

Hinsdale, MA

$222,500
  • 3 Beds
  • 1/2 Baths
  • 1,140 Sqft
40 Plunkett Ave
Hinsdale, MA $214,900

40 Plunkett Ave

Hinsdale, MA

$214,900
  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1,552 Sqft
17 Raymond Rd
Peru, MA $209,900

17 Raymond Rd

Peru, MA

$209,900
  • 3 Beds
  • 1 Baths
  • 1,660 Sqft
81 Maple St
Hinsdale, MA $208,000

81 Maple St

Hinsdale, MA

$208,000
  • 5 Beds
  • 2/1 Baths
  • 2,355 Sqft

Hinsdale

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Hinsdale is within The Berkshires, Massachusetts and borders Becket and Dalton.

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November 2019 - Single Family Homes

$565K
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