Autumn foliage in the Bershire Hills region of Massachusetts. Photo taken from a scenic viewpoint of the Mount Greylock Range during the peak fall foliage season. The Berkshires region enjoys a vibrant tourism industry based on music, arts, and recreation.

Williamstown

Berkshire County, Massachusetts

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With Brodie Mountain rising to its south, and Mount Greylock State Reservation occupying its southwest corner, Williamstown offers unparalleled views and an abundance of natural resources.

“The Village Beautiful,” is the motto of Williamstown, and the Berkshire County town lives up to its reputation. Situated in Massachusetts’ northwest corner, Williamstown is bordered to the north by Vermont, and to the west by New York. Approximately 7,750 residents call the town of 46.9 square miles home.  The town is rich in natural resources and scenic beauty, as it is surrounded by pristine rivers, scenic mountains and traversed by a network of trails. Brodie Mountain rises to the south of Williamstown, its southwest corner is occupied by the Mount Greylock State Reservation, and to the north lies the Green Mountain National Forest in Vermont. Known as a college town, Williamstown, which was incorporated in 1765, is home to Williams College and the Clark Art Institute. Each summer during July and August the community comes alive with throngs of visitors to the distinguished Williamstown Theatre Festival on the campus of Williams College.

“The Village Beautiful,” is the motto of Williamstown, and the Berkshire County town lives up to its reputation. Situated in Massachusetts’ northwest corner, Williamstown is bordered to the north by Vermont, and to the west by New York. Approximately 7,750 residents call the town of 46.9 square miles home.  The town is rich in natural resources and scenic beauty, as it is surrounded by pristine rivers, scenic mountains and traversed by a network of trails. Brodie Mountain rises to the south of Williamstown, its southwest corner is occupied by the Mount Greylock State Reservation, and to the north lies the Green Mountain National Forest in Vermont. Known as a college town, Williamstown, which was incorporated in 1765, is home to Williams College and the Clark Art Institute. Each summer during July and August the community comes alive with throngs of visitors to the distinguished Williamstown Theatre Festival on the campus of Williams College.

“The Village Beautiful,” is the motto of Williamstown, and the Berkshire County town lives up to its reputation. Situated in Massachusetts’ northwest corner, Williamstown is bordered to the north by Vermont, and to the west by New York. Approximately 7,750 residents call the town of 46.9 square miles home.  The town is rich in natural resources and scenic beauty, as it is surrounded by pristine rivers, scenic mountains and traversed by a network of trails. Brodie Mountain rises to the south of Williamstown, its southwest corner is occupied by the Mount Greylock State Reservation, and to the north lies the Green Mountain National Forest in Vermont. Known as a college town, Williamstown, which was incorporated in 1765, is home to Williams College and the Clark Art Institute. Each summer during July and August the community comes alive with throngs of visitors to the distinguished Williamstown Theatre Festival on the campus of Williams College.

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236 Bulkley St
Williamstown, MA $1,500,000

236 Bulkley St

Williamstown, MA

$1,500,000
  • 3 Beds
  • 4 Baths
  • 4,990 Sqft
759 Hancock Rd
Williamstown, MA $1,500,000

759 Hancock Rd

Williamstown, MA

$1,500,000
  • 5 Beds
  • 4 Baths
  • 6,412 Sqft
748 Petersburg Rd
Williamstown, MA $999,500

748 Petersburg Rd

Williamstown, MA

$999,500
  • 3 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • 3,061 Sqft
520 White Oaks Rd
Williamstown, MA $899,000

520 White Oaks Rd

Williamstown, MA

$899,000
  • 4 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • 2,250 Sqft
30 Candlewood Dr
Williamstown, MA $875,000

30 Candlewood Dr

Williamstown, MA

$875,000
  • 6 Beds
  • 3/1 Baths
  • 4,047 Sqft
520 White Oaks Rd
Williamstown, MA $849,000

520 White Oaks Rd

Williamstown, MA

$849,000
  • 45.64 Acres
61 Cobble View Rd
Williamstown, MA $620,000

61 Cobble View Rd

Williamstown, MA

$620,000
  • 6 Beds
  • 6/1 Baths
  • 3,688 Sqft
260 Northwest Hill Rd
Williamstown, MA $2,850,000

260 Northwest Hill Rd

Williamstown, MA

$2,850,000
  • 4 Beds
  • 5 Baths
  • 7,110 Sqft

Williamstown

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Williamstown is within The Berkshires, Massachusetts and borders North Adams and Adams.

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