Savoy

Berkshire County, Massachusetts

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Once part of the Massachusetts Colony that included the nearby communities of Adams, North Adams, Cheshire and Lanesborough, the Berkshire County town of Savoy is today a quiet rural community of about 692 residents. Settled in 1777 and officially incorporated two decades later, it is said to be named for the Duchy of Savoy in France because of the communities’ geographical similarities. Farms, and later, lumber mills dotted the countryside. Over the years, Savoy has retained the breathtaking scenery and natural beauty abundant throughout its 36 square mile area. Situated along Berkshire County’s eastern border, Savoy also shares borders with both Franklin and Hampshire counties. Savoy is home to the Emma L. Miller Memorial Elementary School, and middle and high school students attend Hoosac Valley Middle & High School under an agreement with the Adams-Cheshire Regional School District. Several community and state colleges are situated in nearby communities. The town borders Florida to the north, Windsor to its south, Charlemont, Plainfield and Hawley to the east, and Adams to the West. The nearest bus service is available in North Adams, and a portion of Route 2 runs along Savoy’s northeast corner. The town is located about mid-way between two international airports, Bradley International in Connecticut and Albany International in New York.

Once part of the Massachusetts Colony that included the nearby communities of Adams, North Adams, Cheshire and Lanesborough, the Berkshire County town of Savoy is today a quiet rural community of about 692 residents. Settled in 1777 and officially incorporated two decades later, it is said to be named for the Duchy of Savoy in France because of the communities’ geographical similarities. Farms, and later, lumber mills dotted the countryside. Over the years, Savoy has retained the breathtaking scenery and natural beauty abundant throughout its 36 square mile area. Situated along Berkshire County’s eastern border, Savoy also shares borders with both Franklin and Hampshire counties. Savoy is home to the Emma L. Miller Memorial Elementary School, and middle and high school students attend Hoosac Valley Middle & High School under an agreement with the Adams-Cheshire Regional School District. Several community and state colleges are situated in nearby communities. The town borders Florida to the north, Windsor to its south, Charlemont, Plainfield and Hawley to the east, and Adams to the West. The nearest bus service is available in North Adams, and a portion of Route 2 runs along Savoy’s northeast corner. The town is located about mid-way between two international airports, Bradley International in Connecticut and Albany International in New York.

Once part of the Massachusetts Colony that included the nearby communities of Adams, North Adams, Cheshire and Lanesborough, the Berkshire County town of Savoy is today a quiet rural community of about 692 residents. Settled in 1777 and officially incorporated two decades later, it is said to be named for the Duchy of Savoy in France because of the communities’ geographical similarities. Farms, and later, lumber mills dotted the countryside. Over the years, Savoy has retained the breathtaking scenery and natural beauty abundant throughout its 36 square mile area. Situated along Berkshire County’s eastern border, Savoy also shares borders with both Franklin and Hampshire counties. Savoy is home to the Emma L. Miller Memorial Elementary School, and middle and high school students attend Hoosac Valley Middle & High School under an agreement with the Adams-Cheshire Regional School District. Several community and state colleges are situated in nearby communities. The town borders Florida to the north, Windsor to its south, Charlemont, Plainfield and Hawley to the east, and Adams to the West. The nearest bus service is available in North Adams, and a portion of Route 2 runs along Savoy’s northeast corner. The town is located about mid-way between two international airports, Bradley International in Connecticut and Albany International in New York.

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