Easthampton

Massachusetts

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Community is at the heart of this lively city which encompasses 13.6 square miles. The Hampshire County city of Easthampton, home to 16,053 residents, is situated on the southeastern portion of the Pioneer Valley.

The Hampshire County city of Easthampton, home to 16,053 residents, is situated on the southeastern portion of the Pioneer Valley, bordered by the college towns of neighboring Northampton and Amherst. The city’s downtown hub has undergone a demographic shift in recent years with the influx of artists and young people, resulting in exciting, new arts and cultural opportunities.

Community is at the heart of this lively city which encompasses 13.6 square miles. Every summer Easthampton’s Millside Park comes alive with a festival featuring local and international music, food and art. A free Art Walk, hosted by Easthampton City Arts+, also takes place monthly throughout the city.

One of Easthampton’s popular points of interest is the Mount Tom State Reservation which extends into the eastern portion of the city and offers spectacular views of the Pioneer Valley. A 110-mile trail traverses the mountain, offering sweeping vistas and diverse ecosystems. Outdoor enthusiasts also find delight in the Arcadia Wildlife Sanctuary, which is split between neighboring Northampton, as well as a rail trail bicycle path. Both are situated nearby several conservation areas owned by the local land trust.

Formerly a mill town, many of Easthampton’s old factories have a new purpose. The historic fire station has been transformed into a workshop by a local furniture maker, and other mill buildings serve as space for artists and craftspeople as well as for live performances and visual arts space.

The Hampshire County city of Easthampton, home to 16,053 residents, is situated on the southeastern portion of the Pioneer Valley, bordered by the college towns of neighboring Northampton and Amherst. The city’s downtown hub has undergone a demographic shift in recent years with the influx of artists and young people, resulting in exciting, new arts and cultural opportunities.

Community is at the heart of this lively city which encompasses 13.6 square miles. Every summer Easthampton’s Millside Park comes alive with a festival featuring local and international music, food and art. A free Art Walk, hosted by Easthampton City Arts+, also takes place monthly throughout the city.

One of Easthampton’s popular points of interest is the Mount Tom State Reservation which extends into the eastern portion of the city and offers spectacular views of the Pioneer Valley. A 110-mile trail traverses the mountain, offering sweeping vistas and diverse ecosystems. Outdoor enthusiasts also find delight in the Arcadia Wildlife Sanctuary, which is split between neighboring Northampton, as well as a rail trail bicycle path. Both are situated nearby several conservation areas owned by the local land trust.

Formerly a mill town, many of Easthampton’s old factories have a new purpose. The historic fire station has been transformed into a workshop by a local furniture maker, and other mill buildings serve as space for artists and craftspeople as well as for live performances and visual arts space.

The Hampshire County city of Easthampton, home to 16,053 residents, is situated on the southeastern portion of the Pioneer Valley, bordered by the college towns of neighboring Northampton and Amherst. The city’s downtown hub has undergone a demographic shift in recent years with the influx of artists and young people, resulting in exciting, new arts and cultural opportunities.

Community is at the heart of this lively city which encompasses 13.6 square miles. Every summer Easthampton’s Millside Park comes alive with a festival featuring local and international music, food and art. A free Art Walk, hosted by Easthampton City Arts+, also takes place monthly throughout the city.

One of Easthampton’s popular points of interest is the Mount Tom State Reservation which extends into the eastern portion of the city and offers spectacular views of the Pioneer Valley. A 110-mile trail traverses the mountain, offering sweeping vistas and diverse ecosystems. Outdoor enthusiasts also find delight in the Arcadia Wildlife Sanctuary, which is split between neighboring Northampton, as well as a rail trail bicycle path. Both are situated nearby several conservation areas owned by the local land trust.

Formerly a mill town, many of Easthampton’s old factories have a new purpose. The historic fire station has been transformed into a workshop by a local furniture maker, and other mill buildings serve as space for artists and craftspeople as well as for live performances and visual arts space.

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Featured Listings

282 Loudville Rd
Easthampton, MA $650,000

282 Loudville Rd

Easthampton, MA

$650,000
  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1,554 Sqft
385 Main St.
Easthampton, MA $5,000,000

385 Main St.

Easthampton, MA

$5,000,000
  • 52.91 Acres
5 West Street
Easthampton, MA $599,900

5 West Street

Easthampton, MA

$599,900
  • 6 Beds
  • 4 Baths
  • 3,845 Sqft
11 Kingsberry Way
Easthampton, MA $469,900

11 Kingsberry Way

Easthampton, MA

$469,900
  • 3 Beds
  • 2/1 Baths
  • 1,792 Sqft
3 Fugere Court
Easthampton, MA $450,000

3 Fugere Court

Easthampton, MA

$450,000
  • 7 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • 3,408 Sqft
97 Glendale St
Easthampton, MA $399,900

97 Glendale St

Easthampton, MA

$399,900
  • 3 Beds
  • 1/1 Baths
  • 1,058 Sqft
3 Adams St
Easthampton, MA $399,900

3 Adams St

Easthampton, MA

$399,900
  • 5 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • 2,856 Sqft
5 Ferry St. #403
Easthampton, MA $395,000

5 Ferry St. #403

Easthampton, MA

$395,000
  • 2 Beds
  • 1 Baths
  • 909 Sqft

Easthampton

Area Map

Easthampton is within Pioneer Valley, Massachusetts and borders Hadley, Northampton and Southampton.

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Median Sales Price

October 2021 - Single Family Homes

$323K
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Percentage of Asking Price

October 2021 Single Family Homes

106%
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