Southampton

Massachusetts

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Situated in southwest Massachusetts about six miles from the Connecticut border, Southampton, Mass., is a vibrant suburb of nearby Springfield with 6,090 residents within its 29.1 square miles.

Situated in southwest Massachusetts about six miles from the Connecticut border, Southampton, Mass., is a vibrant suburb of nearby Springfield with 6,224 residents within its 29.1 square miles. The community offers residents a rural feel, with a plethora of parks, schools and prime location on the scenic Connecticut River.

The town was originally established as a district of Northampton in 1732, and later incorporated as Southampton in 1775. The Hampshire County community is bordered to the northeast by Easthampton, to the southeast by Holyoke, to the south by Westfield, to the southwest by Montgomery, on the west by Huntington and northwest by Westhampton. Modern-day Southampton treasures its history and natural resources and was rated as having the nation’s best tap water by the National Rural Water Association.

Southampton takes its natural resources, and its farmlands, seriously, and among its main attractions are a variety of family-owned farms and vineyards. An active Agriculture Commission has the task of promoting, preserving, revitalizing and sustaining Southampton’s agriculture-based economic opportunities and encouraging the pursuit of agriculture for generations to come.

Southampton is conveniently situated about 17 miles northwest of Springfield, the state’s third-largest city and a major regional retail, hospitality, health and financial hub.

Situated in southwest Massachusetts about six miles from the Connecticut border, Southampton, Mass., is a vibrant suburb of nearby Springfield with 6,224 residents within its 29.1 square miles. The community offers residents a rural feel, with a plethora of parks, schools and prime location on the scenic Connecticut River.

The town was originally established as a district of Northampton in 1732, and later incorporated as Southampton in 1775. The Hampshire County community is bordered to the northeast by Easthampton, to the southeast by Holyoke, to the south by Westfield, to the southwest by Montgomery, on the west by Huntington and northwest by Westhampton. Modern-day Southampton treasures its history and natural resources and was rated as having the nation’s best tap water by the National Rural Water Association.

Southampton takes its natural resources, and its farmlands, seriously, and among its main attractions are a variety of family-owned farms and vineyards. An active Agriculture Commission has the task of promoting, preserving, revitalizing and sustaining Southampton’s agriculture-based economic opportunities and encouraging the pursuit of agriculture for generations to come.

Southampton is conveniently situated about 17 miles northwest of Springfield, the state’s third-largest city and a major regional retail, hospitality, health and financial hub.

Situated in southwest Massachusetts about six miles from the Connecticut border, Southampton, Mass., is a vibrant suburb of nearby Springfield with 6,224 residents within its 29.1 square miles. The community offers residents a rural feel, with a plethora of parks, schools and prime location on the scenic Connecticut River.

The town was originally established as a district of Northampton in 1732, and later incorporated as Southampton in 1775. The Hampshire County community is bordered to the northeast by Easthampton, to the southeast by Holyoke, to the south by Westfield, to the southwest by Montgomery, on the west by Huntington and northwest by Westhampton. Modern-day Southampton treasures its history and natural resources and was rated as having the nation’s best tap water by the National Rural Water Association.

Southampton takes its natural resources, and its farmlands, seriously, and among its main attractions are a variety of family-owned farms and vineyards. An active Agriculture Commission has the task of promoting, preserving, revitalizing and sustaining Southampton’s agriculture-based economic opportunities and encouraging the pursuit of agriculture for generations to come.

Southampton is conveniently situated about 17 miles northwest of Springfield, the state’s third-largest city and a major regional retail, hospitality, health and financial hub.

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Featured Listings

17 College Hwy
Southampton, MA $2,850,000

17 College Hwy

Southampton, MA

$2,850,000
  • 3.00 Baths
  • 34,613 Sqft
8 Fitch Farm Way
Southampton, MA $1,490,000

8 Fitch Farm Way

Southampton, MA

$1,490,000
  • 4 Beds
  • 3/1 Baths
  • 4,268 Sqft
81 Valley Rd
Southampton, MA $790,000

81 Valley Rd

Southampton, MA

$790,000
  • 4 Beds
  • 2/1 Baths
  • 2,800 Sqft
74 College Hwy
Southampton, MA $750,000

74 College Hwy

Southampton, MA

$750,000
  • 4.00 Baths
  • 4.31 Acres
31 Bluemer
Southampton, MA $650,000

31 Bluemer

Southampton, MA

$650,000
  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 2,220 Sqft
5 Parsons Way
Southampton, MA $649,900

5 Parsons Way

Southampton, MA

$649,900
  • 4 Beds
  • 3/1 Baths
  • 2,742 Sqft
19 Valley Road
Southampton, MA $549,900

19 Valley Road

Southampton, MA

$549,900
  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1,590 Sqft
77 Crooked Ledge Rd
Southampton, MA $535,000

77 Crooked Ledge Rd

Southampton, MA

$535,000
  • 4 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 2,288 Sqft

Southampton

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Southampton is within Pioneer Valley, Massachusetts and borders Easthampton.

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Market Snapshot

Median Sales Price

January 2024 - Single Family Homes

$393K
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January 2024 Single Family Homes

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