Northampton

Massachusetts

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Northampton, the county seat of Hampton County, Mass., is a vibrant city comprising the villages of Florence and Leeds.

Situated 20 miles north of Springfield, it is a politically liberal city of 29,473 residents with a thriving cultural center and lively arts and music scene. This college town is part of a cross-state cultural and economic partnership with Connecticut River Valley communities known as the Knowledge Corridor and is home to Smith College, Northampton High School, Smith Vocational and Agricultural High School and the Clarke Schools for Hearing and Speech.

Northampton’s motto, “Caritas, educatio, justitia,” translates to “Caring, education and justice,” a fitting description for this Pioneer Valley community, also nicknamed “the Paradise City.” The community is a popular tourist destination and is home to the Paradise City Arts Festival as well as Django, a week-long, gypsy jazz music camp held annually at Smith College. The city also boasts numerous live music venues featuring popular bands and musicians, weekly farmers markets and is host each May to the annual LGBTQ+ Parade and Pride event.

Northampton is a rail trail hub, and outdoor enthusiasts enjoy its protected open space, recreational parks and walking paths. The Pioneer Valley Transit Authority operates bus service to nearby towns as well as to local colleges and universities, and rail service is provided by Amtrak.

Situated 20 miles north of Springfield, it is a politically liberal city of 29,473 residents with a thriving cultural center and lively arts and music scene. This college town is part of a cross-state cultural and economic partnership with Connecticut River Valley communities known as the Knowledge Corridor and is home to Smith College, Northampton High School, Smith Vocational and Agricultural High School and the Clarke Schools for Hearing and Speech.

Northampton’s motto, “Caritas, educatio, justitia,” translates to “Caring, education and justice,” a fitting description for this Pioneer Valley community, also nicknamed “the Paradise City.” The community is a popular tourist destination and is home to the Paradise City Arts Festival as well as Django, a week-long, gypsy jazz music camp held annually at Smith College. The city also boasts numerous live music venues featuring popular bands and musicians, weekly farmers markets and is host each May to the annual LGBTQ+ Parade and Pride event.

Northampton is a rail trail hub, and outdoor enthusiasts enjoy its protected open space, recreational parks and walking paths. The Pioneer Valley Transit Authority operates bus service to nearby towns as well as to local colleges and universities, and rail service is provided by Amtrak.

Situated 20 miles north of Springfield, it is a politically liberal city of 29,473 residents with a thriving cultural center and lively arts and music scene. This college town is part of a cross-state cultural and economic partnership with Connecticut River Valley communities known as the Knowledge Corridor and is home to Smith College, Northampton High School, Smith Vocational and Agricultural High School and the Clarke Schools for Hearing and Speech.

Northampton’s motto, “Caritas, educatio, justitia,” translates to “Caring, education and justice,” a fitting description for this Pioneer Valley community, also nicknamed “the Paradise City.” The community is a popular tourist destination and is home to the Paradise City Arts Festival as well as Django, a week-long, gypsy jazz music camp held annually at Smith College. The city also boasts numerous live music venues featuring popular bands and musicians, weekly farmers markets and is host each May to the annual LGBTQ+ Parade and Pride event.

Northampton is a rail trail hub, and outdoor enthusiasts enjoy its protected open space, recreational parks and walking paths. The Pioneer Valley Transit Authority operates bus service to nearby towns as well as to local colleges and universities, and rail service is provided by Amtrak.

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Featured Listings

244 Main St
Northampton, MA $3,450,000

244 Main St

Northampton, MA

$3,450,000
  • 16,889 Sqft
135 Main St
Northampton, MA $2,250,000

135 Main St

Northampton, MA

$2,250,000
  • 2 Beds
  • 1/1 Baths
  • 3,600 Sqft
25 Bayberry Lane
Northampton, MA $1,495,000

25 Bayberry Lane

Northampton, MA

$1,495,000
  • 5 Beds
  • 6 Baths
  • 6,214 Sqft
7 Ridge View Road
Northampton, MA $1,168,000

7 Ridge View Road

Northampton, MA

$1,168,000
  • 5 Beds
  • 4/1 Baths
  • 3,017 Sqft
187 Emerson Way
Northampton, MA $1,149,200

187 Emerson Way

Northampton, MA

$1,149,200
  • 3 Beds
  • 2/1 Baths
  • 2,448 Sqft
34 Dewey Court
Northampton, MA $1,099,000

34 Dewey Court

Northampton, MA

$1,099,000
  • 3 Beds
  • 2/1 Baths
  • 2,984 Sqft
33 Eastern Ave
Northampton, MA $949,900

33 Eastern Ave

Northampton, MA

$949,900
  • 6 Beds
  • 5 Baths
  • 5,588 Sqft
73 Village Hill Rd #3S
Northampton, MA $898,000

73 Village Hill Rd #3S

Northampton, MA

$898,000
  • 2 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1,525 Sqft

Northampton

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

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