Sandisfield

Berkshire County, Massachusetts

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Sandisfield is a small rural community along the western banks of the Farmington River set against the beautiful backdrop of the Berkshire Mountains.

Situated in the southeastern part of the Berkshire Mountains, Sandisfield lies along the western banks of the Farmington River. The lovely Berkshire County town, which was settled in 1750 and incorporated in 1762, has deep roots in agriculture. Rich in unspoiled scenic beauty, rural Sandisfield comprises 53 square miles and is home to approximately 915 residents. The community is part of the Farmington River Regional School District along with neighboring Otis, and Berkshire Community College in Pittsfield and Sheffield is the nearest community college. Sandisfield has its own police station as well as two volunteer fire station and a local post office. The town is rich in natural resources, including marshy brooks and pristine ponds, lakes and rivers. It lies in the southeastern portion of the Berkshire Mountains, along the western banks of the Farmington River, and contains portions of the Sandisfield State Forest. The closest interstate to Sandisfield is the Massachusetts Turnpike (I-90), which passes north of town through Otis, and the nearest rail service is in Great Barrington. Bradley International Airport provides the nearest national air service to the community.

Situated in the southeastern part of the Berkshire Mountains, Sandisfield lies along the western banks of the Farmington River. The lovely Berkshire County town, which was settled in 1750 and incorporated in 1762, has deep roots in agriculture. Rich in unspoiled scenic beauty, rural Sandisfield comprises 53 square miles and is home to approximately 915 residents. The community is part of the Farmington River Regional School District along with neighboring Otis, and Berkshire Community College in Pittsfield and Sheffield is the nearest community college. Sandisfield has its own police station as well as two volunteer fire station and a local post office. The town is rich in natural resources, including marshy brooks and pristine ponds, lakes and rivers. It lies in the southeastern portion of the Berkshire Mountains, along the western banks of the Farmington River, and contains portions of the Sandisfield State Forest. The closest interstate to Sandisfield is the Massachusetts Turnpike (I-90), which passes north of town through Otis, and the nearest rail service is in Great Barrington. Bradley International Airport provides the nearest national air service to the community.

Situated in the southeastern part of the Berkshire Mountains, Sandisfield lies along the western banks of the Farmington River. The lovely Berkshire County town, which was settled in 1750 and incorporated in 1762, has deep roots in agriculture. Rich in unspoiled scenic beauty, rural Sandisfield comprises 53 square miles and is home to approximately 915 residents. The community is part of the Farmington River Regional School District along with neighboring Otis, and Berkshire Community College in Pittsfield and Sheffield is the nearest community college. Sandisfield has its own police station as well as two volunteer fire station and a local post office. The town is rich in natural resources, including marshy brooks and pristine ponds, lakes and rivers. It lies in the southeastern portion of the Berkshire Mountains, along the western banks of the Farmington River, and contains portions of the Sandisfield State Forest. The closest interstate to Sandisfield is the Massachusetts Turnpike (I-90), which passes north of town through Otis, and the nearest rail service is in Great Barrington. Bradley International Airport provides the nearest national air service to the community.

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Featured Listings

3 Sandisfield Rd
Sandisfield, MA $999,000

3 Sandisfield Rd

Sandisfield, MA

$999,000
  • 4 Beds
  • 2/1 Baths
  • 2,691 Sqft
Norfolk Rd
Sandisfield, MA $495,000

Norfolk Rd

Sandisfield, MA

$495,000
  • 67.54 Acres
114 Hammertown Rd
Sandisfield, MA $384,000

114 Hammertown Rd

Sandisfield, MA

$384,000
  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1,881 Sqft
0 Mountain Home Ln
Sandisfield, MA $45,000

0 Mountain Home Ln

Sandisfield, MA

$45,000
  • 1.32 Acres
82 Hammertown Rd
Sandisfield, MA $945,000

82 Hammertown Rd

Sandisfield, MA

$945,000
  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 4,881 Sqft
49 New Hartford Rd
Sandisfield, MA $895,000

49 New Hartford Rd

Sandisfield, MA

$895,000
  • 3 Beds
  • 3/1 Baths
  • 4,958 Sqft
10 Jamie Ln
Sandisfield, MA $599,000

10 Jamie Ln

Sandisfield, MA

$599,000
  • 3 Beds
  • 2/1 Baths
  • 3,064 Sqft
11 Jamie Ln
Sandisfield, MA $525,000

11 Jamie Ln

Sandisfield, MA

$525,000
  • 3 Beds
  • 2/2 Baths
  • 3,000 Sqft

Sandisfield

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Sandisfield is within The Berkshires, Massachusetts and borders New Marlborough, Monterey and Otis.

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Median Sales Price

July 2020 - Single Family Homes

$271K

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