Hadley

Massachusetts

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The Hampshire County town of Hadley, Mass., offers a vibrant rural/urban quality of life within its 24.6 square miles. Home to 4,793 residents, Hadley is coveted for its scenic vistas, abundance of agriculture and retail services, and diverse community activities.

The Hampshire County town of Hadley, Mass., offers a vibrant rural/urban quality of life within its 24.6 square miles. Home to 4,793 residents, Hadley is coveted for its scenic vistas, abundance of agriculture and retail services, and diverse community activities.

Hadley’s abundance of farms benefit from the land’s rich soil, and its claim to fame as the “Asparagus Capital of the World,” is due to a combination of the perfect climate and nutrient-rich soil. As a result, asparagus has been one of Hadley’s main crops for several centuries and is coveted locally and abroad, including restaurants in Europe and by Buckingham Palace.

Also nicknamed “The Breadbasket of Massachusetts,” Hadley is home to several major malls and an abundance of retail shops along Route 9, making it a popular shopping destination for nearby communities.

Hadley’s public school district, comprising 529 students in grades PK, K-12, includes the Hopkins Academy, the fourth oldest public school in the country still in operation. Students also have access to the Pioneer Valley Chinese Immersion Charter School, a tuition-free regional public charter school located in town.

Hadley’s myriad points of interest include several museums and the town common. Outdoor enthusiasts enjoy access to activities along the Connecticut River, the Norwottuck Branch Rail Trail and a wildlife refuge offering bird watching and nature trails.

The Hampshire County town of Hadley, Mass., offers a vibrant rural/urban quality of life within its 24.6 square miles. Home to 4,793 residents, Hadley is coveted for its scenic vistas, abundance of agriculture and retail services, and diverse community activities.

Hadley’s abundance of farms benefit from the land’s rich soil, and its claim to fame as the “Asparagus Capital of the World,” is due to a combination of the perfect climate and nutrient-rich soil. As a result, asparagus has been one of Hadley’s main crops for several centuries and is coveted locally and abroad, including restaurants in Europe and by Buckingham Palace.

Also nicknamed “The Breadbasket of Massachusetts,” Hadley is home to several major malls and an abundance of retail shops along Route 9, making it a popular shopping destination for nearby communities.

Hadley’s public school district, comprising 529 students in grades PK, K-12, includes the Hopkins Academy, the fourth oldest public school in the country still in operation. Students also have access to the Pioneer Valley Chinese Immersion Charter School, a tuition-free regional public charter school located in town.

Hadley’s myriad points of interest include several museums and the town common. Outdoor enthusiasts enjoy access to activities along the Connecticut River, the Norwottuck Branch Rail Trail and a wildlife refuge offering bird watching and nature trails.

The Hampshire County town of Hadley, Mass., offers a vibrant rural/urban quality of life within its 24.6 square miles. Home to 4,793 residents, Hadley is coveted for its scenic vistas, abundance of agriculture and retail services, and diverse community activities.

Hadley’s abundance of farms benefit from the land’s rich soil, and its claim to fame as the “Asparagus Capital of the World,” is due to a combination of the perfect climate and nutrient-rich soil. As a result, asparagus has been one of Hadley’s main crops for several centuries and is coveted locally and abroad, including restaurants in Europe and by Buckingham Palace.

Also nicknamed “The Breadbasket of Massachusetts,” Hadley is home to several major malls and an abundance of retail shops along Route 9, making it a popular shopping destination for nearby communities.

Hadley’s public school district, comprising 529 students in grades PK, K-12, includes the Hopkins Academy, the fourth oldest public school in the country still in operation. Students also have access to the Pioneer Valley Chinese Immersion Charter School, a tuition-free regional public charter school located in town.

Hadley’s myriad points of interest include several museums and the town common. Outdoor enthusiasts enjoy access to activities along the Connecticut River, the Norwottuck Branch Rail Trail and a wildlife refuge offering bird watching and nature trails.

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Featured Listings

31 Chmura Rd
Hadley, MA $1,495,000

31 Chmura Rd

Hadley, MA

$1,495,000
  • 9 Beds
  • 11/2 Baths
  • 9,386 Sqft
25 Sylvia Hts
Hadley, MA $1,350,000

25 Sylvia Hts

Hadley, MA

$1,350,000
  • 4 Beds
  • 4/1 Baths
  • 7,000 Sqft
4 West St.
Hadley, MA $995,000

4 West St.

Hadley, MA

$995,000
  • 5 Beds
  • 2/2 Baths
  • 4,468 Sqft
1 Gooseberry Lane
Hadley, MA $689,000

1 Gooseberry Lane

Hadley, MA

$689,000
  • 4 Beds
  • 2/1 Baths
  • 3,006 Sqft
41 Shattuck Road
Hadley, MA $619,000

41 Shattuck Road

Hadley, MA

$619,000
  • 4 Beds
  • 2/1 Baths
  • 2,583 Sqft
105 Middle Street
Hadley, MA $599,000

105 Middle Street

Hadley, MA

$599,000
  • 4 Beds
  • 1/1 Baths
  • 1,867 Sqft
0 N Maple Street
Hadley, MA $575,000

0 N Maple Street

Hadley, MA

$575,000
  • 46.08 Acres
100 West
Hadley, MA $575,000

100 West

Hadley, MA

$575,000
  • 4 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 2,856 Sqft

Hadley

Area Map

Hadley is within Pioneer Valley, Massachusetts and borders Amherst, Hatfield and Northampton.

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Market Snapshot

Median Sales Price

October 2021 - Single Family Homes

$549K
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Percentage of Asking Price

October 2021 Single Family Homes

103%
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