Hatfield

Massachusetts

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The town of Hatfield, In Hampshire County, Mass., is a former farming community encompassing 15.9 square miles on the west bank of the Connecticut River at the mouth of the Mill River.

The town of Hatfield, In Hampshire County, Mass., is a former farming community encompassing 15.9 square miles on the west bank of the Connecticut River at the mouth of the Mill River. Situated about 25 miles north of Springfield, Hatfield was the birthplace and hometown of Sophia Smith, the founder of Smith College in nearby Hampton, as well as Smith Academy, the public high school in Hatfield.

The community, which has a population of approximately 3,249 residents within 1,381 households, comprises several lovely villages, including the village of Hatfield as well as Westbrook, North Hatfield and Bradstreet near its northern border. West Hatfield is situated near the Northampton border.

Hatfield’s major transportation routes include U.S. Route 5, Route 10 and Interstate 91, which traverse through town. The town’s public school system comprises the high school, Smith Academy, serving grades 7 through 12, and an elementary school which ranges from grades pre-K to 6. The high school’s student body is around 190 students, making it the smallest public school in Massachusetts.

History runs deep in Hatfield, and the community takes pride in the Mill-Prospect Street Historic District, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2020 and encompassing a historic landscape representing more than 300 years of agriculture and industrial history.

The town of Hatfield, In Hampshire County, Mass., is a former farming community encompassing 15.9 square miles on the west bank of the Connecticut River at the mouth of the Mill River. Situated about 25 miles north of Springfield, Hatfield was the birthplace and hometown of Sophia Smith, the founder of Smith College in nearby Hampton, as well as Smith Academy, the public high school in Hatfield.

The community, which has a population of approximately 3,249 residents within 1,381 households, comprises several lovely villages, including the village of Hatfield as well as Westbrook, North Hatfield and Bradstreet near its northern border. West Hatfield is situated near the Northampton border.

Hatfield’s major transportation routes include U.S. Route 5, Route 10 and Interstate 91, which traverse through town. The town’s public school system comprises the high school, Smith Academy, serving grades 7 through 12, and an elementary school which ranges from grades pre-K to 6. The high school’s student body is around 190 students, making it the smallest public school in Massachusetts.

History runs deep in Hatfield, and the community takes pride in the Mill-Prospect Street Historic District, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2020 and encompassing a historic landscape representing more than 300 years of agriculture and industrial history.

The town of Hatfield, In Hampshire County, Mass., is a former farming community encompassing 15.9 square miles on the west bank of the Connecticut River at the mouth of the Mill River. Situated about 25 miles north of Springfield, Hatfield was the birthplace and hometown of Sophia Smith, the founder of Smith College in nearby Hampton, as well as Smith Academy, the public high school in Hatfield.

The community, which has a population of approximately 3,249 residents within 1,381 households, comprises several lovely villages, including the village of Hatfield as well as Westbrook, North Hatfield and Bradstreet near its northern border. West Hatfield is situated near the Northampton border.

Hatfield’s major transportation routes include U.S. Route 5, Route 10 and Interstate 91, which traverse through town. The town’s public school system comprises the high school, Smith Academy, serving grades 7 through 12, and an elementary school which ranges from grades pre-K to 6. The high school’s student body is around 190 students, making it the smallest public school in Massachusetts.

History runs deep in Hatfield, and the community takes pride in the Mill-Prospect Street Historic District, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2020 and encompassing a historic landscape representing more than 300 years of agriculture and industrial history.

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Featured Listings

1 N Hatfield Rd.
Hatfield, MA $3,200,000

1 N Hatfield Rd.

Hatfield, MA

$3,200,000
  • 28.05 Acres
0 West Street
Hatfield, MA $849,000

0 West Street

Hatfield, MA

$849,000
  • 8.81 Acres
186 N Hatfield Rd
Hatfield, MA $600,000

186 N Hatfield Rd

Hatfield, MA

$600,000
  • 3.05 Acres
0 Jericho Rd.
Hatfield, MA $500,000

0 Jericho Rd.

Hatfield, MA

$500,000
  • 20.75 Acres
134 Main St
Hatfield, MA $449,000

134 Main St

Hatfield, MA

$449,000
  • 5 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 3,098 Sqft
13 South Street
Hatfield, MA $360,000

13 South Street

Hatfield, MA

$360,000
  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 2,120 Sqft
72 West
Hatfield, MA $355,900

72 West

Hatfield, MA

$355,900
  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1,062 Sqft
12 Plantation Road
Hatfield, MA $318,000

12 Plantation Road

Hatfield, MA

$318,000
  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1,424 Sqft

Hatfield

Area Map

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

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Median Sales Price

October 2021 - Single Family Homes

$327K
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October 2021 Single Family Homes

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