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Windsor

Berkshire County, Massachusetts

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The rural town of Windsor in Berkshire County boasts several wildlife areas, waterfalls, flowing rivers and feeder brooks much to the delight of residents and visitors who enjoy its abundance of recreational opportunities.

The Berkshire County town of Windsor, which is home to about 890 residents throughout its 35.2 square miles, is located at the juncture of routes 9 and 88. The town, originally known as Gageborough in honor of British General Thomas Gage, was later renamed after Windsor, Connecticut, where several of the original settlers emigrated from. Numerous wildlife areas are situated throughout the town, and natural resources, like waterfalls, flowing rivers and feeder brooks, are abundant throughout the rural community. One of Windsor’s key outdoor recreational attractions is Notchview, a 3,200-acre reservation that draws cross-country skiers and others looking to enjoy the great outdoors amid nature’s splendor. Although the town lacks bus or rail service, both transportation options are available in nearby Pittsfield, and Windsor is situated an equal distance to two national airports, Bradley International in Connecticut and Albany International in New York. Windsor belongs to the Central Berkshire Regional School District, and surrounding communities provide higher education options.

The Berkshire County town of Windsor, which is home to about 890 residents throughout its 35.2 square miles, is located at the juncture of routes 9 and 88. The town, originally known as Gageborough in honor of British General Thomas Gage, was later renamed after Windsor, Connecticut, where several of the original settlers emigrated from. Numerous wildlife areas are situated throughout the town, and natural resources, like waterfalls, flowing rivers and feeder brooks, are abundant throughout the rural community. One of Windsor’s key outdoor recreational attractions is Notchview, a 3,200-acre reservation that draws cross-country skiers and others looking to enjoy the great outdoors amid nature’s splendor. Although the town lacks bus or rail service, both transportation options are available in nearby Pittsfield, and Windsor is situated an equal distance to two national airports, Bradley International in Connecticut and Albany International in New York. Windsor belongs to the Central Berkshire Regional School District, and surrounding communities provide higher education options.

The Berkshire County town of Windsor, which is home to about 890 residents throughout its 35.2 square miles, is located at the juncture of routes 9 and 88. The town, originally known as Gageborough in honor of British General Thomas Gage, was later renamed after Windsor, Connecticut, where several of the original settlers emigrated from. Numerous wildlife areas are situated throughout the town, and natural resources, like waterfalls, flowing rivers and feeder brooks, are abundant throughout the rural community. One of Windsor’s key outdoor recreational attractions is Notchview, a 3,200-acre reservation that draws cross-country skiers and others looking to enjoy the great outdoors amid nature’s splendor. Although the town lacks bus or rail service, both transportation options are available in nearby Pittsfield, and Windsor is situated an equal distance to two national airports, Bradley International in Connecticut and Albany International in New York. Windsor belongs to the Central Berkshire Regional School District, and surrounding communities provide higher education options.

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885 North St
Windsor, MA $499,000

885 North St

Windsor, MA

$499,000
  • 3 Beds
  • 3/1 Baths
  • 3,278 Sqft
1016 High St Hill Rd
Windsor, MA $399,000

1016 High St Hill Rd

Windsor, MA

$399,000
  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 2,014 Sqft
877 Route 9 Rd
Windsor, MA $292,000

877 Route 9 Rd

Windsor, MA

$292,000
  • 2 Beds
  • 1/1 Baths
  • 1,782 Sqft
North St
Windsor, MA $259,500

North St

Windsor, MA

$259,500
  • 176.00 Acres
399 River Rd
Windsor, MA $219,000

399 River Rd

Windsor, MA

$219,000
  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1,289 Sqft
3759 Rt 9 Berkshire Trail
Windsor, MA $214,000

3759 Rt 9 Berkshire Trail

Windsor, MA

$214,000
  • 4 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 2,074 Sqft

Windsor

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July 2019 - Single Family Homes

$380K

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