Shelburne

Pioneer Valley, Massachusetts

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Shelburne, like many other towns in the state’s most rural county, offers a quiet way of life, natural resources, scenic beauty and an abundance of outdoor pursuits. It encompasses 23.2 square miles and is home to about 1,893 residents.

The town of Shelburne in Franklin County, Mass., lies along the eastern banks of the Deerfield River, which flows along the community’s southern and western borders. Like many other towns in the state’s most rural county, Shelburne offers a quiet way of life, natural resources, scenic beauty and an abundance of outdoor pursuits. It encompasses 23.2 square miles and is home to about 1,893 residents. The community’s main body of town is characterized by farmland among the low hills, and old mills dot the area around Shelburne Falls. The town’s center is situated about five miles west of Greenfield and 39 miles north of Springfield.

Natural beauty abounds throughout Shelburne. The highest point in town is found at Massaemett Mountain, which is also home to several small parts of the town’s state forest. The village of Shelburne Falls is known for its “Glacial Potholes,” a waterfall along the Deerfield River with numerous potholes along traces of large rock activity. Another popular attraction is the Bridge of Flowers, a circa 1908 seasonal footbridge with a garden of flowers covering it, which connects the towns of Shelburne and Buckland. 

The nearest Amtrak service is in nearby Greenfield and the nearest expressway is Interstate 91, which can be accessed along Route 2. Students in Shelburne attend schools in the Mohawk Trail Regional School District, as well as several private, religious and charter schools located in the area.

The town of Shelburne in Franklin County, Mass., lies along the eastern banks of the Deerfield River, which flows along the community’s southern and western borders. Like many other towns in the state’s most rural county, Shelburne offers a quiet way of life, natural resources, scenic beauty and an abundance of outdoor pursuits. It encompasses 23.2 square miles and is home to about 1,893 residents. The community’s main body of town is characterized by farmland among the low hills, and old mills dot the area around Shelburne Falls. The town’s center is situated about five miles west of Greenfield and 39 miles north of Springfield.

Natural beauty abounds throughout Shelburne. The highest point in town is found at Massaemett Mountain, which is also home to several small parts of the town’s state forest. The village of Shelburne Falls is known for its “Glacial Potholes,” a waterfall along the Deerfield River with numerous potholes along traces of large rock activity. Another popular attraction is the Bridge of Flowers, a circa 1908 seasonal footbridge with a garden of flowers covering it, which connects the towns of Shelburne and Buckland. 

The nearest Amtrak service is in nearby Greenfield and the nearest expressway is Interstate 91, which can be accessed along Route 2. Students in Shelburne attend schools in the Mohawk Trail Regional School District, as well as several private, religious and charter schools located in the area.

The town of Shelburne in Franklin County, Mass., lies along the eastern banks of the Deerfield River, which flows along the community’s southern and western borders. Like many other towns in the state’s most rural county, Shelburne offers a quiet way of life, natural resources, scenic beauty and an abundance of outdoor pursuits. It encompasses 23.2 square miles and is home to about 1,893 residents. The community’s main body of town is characterized by farmland among the low hills, and old mills dot the area around Shelburne Falls. The town’s center is situated about five miles west of Greenfield and 39 miles north of Springfield.

Natural beauty abounds throughout Shelburne. The highest point in town is found at Massaemett Mountain, which is also home to several small parts of the town’s state forest. The village of Shelburne Falls is known for its “Glacial Potholes,” a waterfall along the Deerfield River with numerous potholes along traces of large rock activity. Another popular attraction is the Bridge of Flowers, a circa 1908 seasonal footbridge with a garden of flowers covering it, which connects the towns of Shelburne and Buckland. 

The nearest Amtrak service is in nearby Greenfield and the nearest expressway is Interstate 91, which can be accessed along Route 2. Students in Shelburne attend schools in the Mohawk Trail Regional School District, as well as several private, religious and charter schools located in the area.

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Featured Listings

152 Shelburne Center Road
Shelburne, MA $1,150,000

152 Shelburne Center Road

Shelburne, MA

$1,150,000
  • 8 Beds
  • 5/1 Baths
  • 8,040 Sqft
12 Main Street
Shelburne, MA $850,000

12 Main Street

Shelburne, MA

$850,000
  • 3 Beds
  • 2/3 Baths
  • 3,961 Sqft
10 Deerfield Ave #5
Shelburne, MA $595,000

10 Deerfield Ave #5

Shelburne, MA

$595,000
  • 2 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1,146 Sqft
10 Deerfield Ave
Shelburne, MA $535,000

10 Deerfield Ave

Shelburne, MA

$535,000
  • 2 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1,264 Sqft
22 Mechanic St
Shelburne, MA $495,000

22 Mechanic St

Shelburne, MA

$495,000
  • 7 Beds
  • 5/1 Baths
  • 3,425 Sqft
1184 Mohawk Trl
Shelburne, MA $395,000

1184 Mohawk Trl

Shelburne, MA

$395,000
  • 4 Beds
  • 2/1 Baths
  • 2,161 Sqft
57 Fiske Mill Road
Shelburne, MA $85,000

57 Fiske Mill Road

Shelburne, MA

$85,000
  • 2.25 Acres

Shelburne

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Shelburne is within Pioneer Valley, Massachusetts and borders Deerfield and Greenfield.

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Median Sales Price

September 2022 - Single Family Homes

$432K
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