Amherst

Massachusetts

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Amherst is considered one of the prime places to live in Massachusetts, offering an enviable quality of life for all ages. Amherst, which encompasses 27.7 square miles, is the northernmost town in the Hartford-Springfield Metropolitan Region known as “The Knowledge Corner.”

Amherst is a vibrant and lively college town in Hampshire County, Mass. With its urban/suburban vibe, this community of 37,819 residents is considered one of the prime places to live in Massachusetts, offering an enviable quality of life for all ages. Amherst, which encompasses 27.7 square miles, is the northernmost town in the Hartford-Springfield Metropolitan Region known as “The Knowledge Corner.” Residents enjoy the many academic, cultural and political events and activities the community has to offer. Its lush open space, rolling hills and crystal-clear lakes provide a wealth of recreation opportunities.

Amherst offers a plethora of opportunities to stay active, from ice skating, sledding and pond hockey during cold-weather months to cooling off in warmer weather along pristine lakes and ponds, or boating and fishing along the Connecticut River. A series of hiking and biking trails include a rail-to-trail which connects Amherst and Northampton. Points of interest include the Amherst Cinema Arts Center, Beneski Museum of Natural History at Amherst College and the Emily Dickinson Museum, which honors the birthplace of Emily Dickinson, poet and lifelong Amherst resident.

Located in the Pioneer Valley encompassing Hampshire, Franklin and Hampden counties, Amherst bustles with amenities including small retail shops, restaurants and bars, music venues, art galleries and museums.

Amherst is a vibrant and lively college town in Hampshire County, Mass. With its urban/suburban vibe, this community of 37,819 residents is considered one of the prime places to live in Massachusetts, offering an enviable quality of life for all ages. Amherst, which encompasses 27.7 square miles, is the northernmost town in the Hartford-Springfield Metropolitan Region known as “The Knowledge Corner.” Residents enjoy the many academic, cultural and political events and activities the community has to offer. Its lush open space, rolling hills and crystal-clear lakes provide a wealth of recreation opportunities.

Amherst offers a plethora of opportunities to stay active, from ice skating, sledding and pond hockey during cold-weather months to cooling off in warmer weather along pristine lakes and ponds, or boating and fishing along the Connecticut River. A series of hiking and biking trails include a rail-to-trail which connects Amherst and Northampton. Points of interest include the Amherst Cinema Arts Center, Beneski Museum of Natural History at Amherst College and the Emily Dickinson Museum, which honors the birthplace of Emily Dickinson, poet and lifelong Amherst resident.

Located in the Pioneer Valley encompassing Hampshire, Franklin and Hampden counties, Amherst bustles with amenities including small retail shops, restaurants and bars, music venues, art galleries and museums.

Amherst is a vibrant and lively college town in Hampshire County, Mass. With its urban/suburban vibe, this community of 37,819 residents is considered one of the prime places to live in Massachusetts, offering an enviable quality of life for all ages. Amherst, which encompasses 27.7 square miles, is the northernmost town in the Hartford-Springfield Metropolitan Region known as “The Knowledge Corner.” Residents enjoy the many academic, cultural and political events and activities the community has to offer. Its lush open space, rolling hills and crystal-clear lakes provide a wealth of recreation opportunities.

Amherst offers a plethora of opportunities to stay active, from ice skating, sledding and pond hockey during cold-weather months to cooling off in warmer weather along pristine lakes and ponds, or boating and fishing along the Connecticut River. A series of hiking and biking trails include a rail-to-trail which connects Amherst and Northampton. Points of interest include the Amherst Cinema Arts Center, Beneski Museum of Natural History at Amherst College and the Emily Dickinson Museum, which honors the birthplace of Emily Dickinson, poet and lifelong Amherst resident.

Located in the Pioneer Valley encompassing Hampshire, Franklin and Hampden counties, Amherst bustles with amenities including small retail shops, restaurants and bars, music venues, art galleries and museums.

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Featured Listings

1 Meadow St.
Amherst, MA $1,950,000

1 Meadow St.

Amherst, MA

$1,950,000
  • 20.48 Acres
416 Bay Rd
Amherst, MA $1,300,000

416 Bay Rd

Amherst, MA

$1,300,000
  • 4 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1,597 Sqft
1 Meadow Street
Amherst, MA $1,200,000

1 Meadow Street

Amherst, MA

$1,200,000
  • 9.30 Acres
102 Lindenridge Rd
Amherst, MA $880,000

102 Lindenridge Rd

Amherst, MA

$880,000
  • 6 Beds
  • 4/1 Baths
  • 3,628 Sqft
124 Linden Ridge Road
Amherst, MA $849,500

124 Linden Ridge Road

Amherst, MA

$849,500
  • 5 Beds
  • 4 Baths
  • 3,150 Sqft
14 Mcintosh Dr
Amherst, MA $799,000

14 Mcintosh Dr

Amherst, MA

$799,000
  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1,584 Sqft
2 Meadow St.
Amherst, MA $750,000

2 Meadow St.

Amherst, MA

$750,000
  • 11.18 Acres
0 Tuckerman
Amherst, MA $649,900

0 Tuckerman

Amherst, MA

$649,900
  • 4 Beds
  • 2/1 Baths
  • 2,600 Sqft

Amherst

Area Map

Amherst is within Pioneer Valley, Massachusetts and borders Hadley.

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Market Snapshot

Median Sales Price

October 2021 - Single Family Homes

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