Whately

Massachusetts

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The Franklin County, Mass., town of Whately, which lies along the western banks of the Connecticut River in the Pioneer Valley, has a total area of 20.7 square miles and is home to about 1,583 residents.

The Franklin County, Mass., town of Whately, which lies along the western banks of the Connecticut River in the Pioneer Valley, has a total area of 20.7 square miles and is home to about 1,583 residents. The town is situated along the county’s southern border, north of Hampshire County. It is bordered by Deerfield to the northeast, Conway to the northwest, Sunderland to the east, Hatfield to the south, and Williamsburg to the west. 

Students in Whately attend the Frontier Regional and Union 39 School Districts, which also includes Conway, Deerfield and Sunderland, as well as several private schools in neighboring areas. The region has been known for growing tobacco, which, along with dairying, was one of Whately’s early agricultural pursuits. In a nod to Massachusetts’ hardscrabble giant cow heritage, a 17-foot-tall cement milk bottle stands in front of the former Whately Central School.

Geographically, Whately is crossed by Interstate 91, and is accessed at Exit 23 by U.S. Route 5 and Massachusetts Route 10. The town is situated about 11 miles south of Greenfield and 26 miles north of Springfield. Like many of the rural towns which lie in Franklin County, Whately offers residents a wealth of recreational opportunities within a small-town atmosphere. It is an ideal place to live, work and play.

The Franklin County, Mass., town of Whately, which lies along the western banks of the Connecticut River in the Pioneer Valley, has a total area of 20.7 square miles and is home to about 1,583 residents. The town is situated along the county’s southern border, north of Hampshire County. It is bordered by Deerfield to the northeast, Conway to the northwest, Sunderland to the east, Hatfield to the south, and Williamsburg to the west. 

Students in Whately attend the Frontier Regional and Union 39 School Districts, which also includes Conway, Deerfield and Sunderland, as well as several private schools in neighboring areas. The region has been known for growing tobacco, which, along with dairying, was one of Whately’s early agricultural pursuits. In a nod to Massachusetts’ hardscrabble giant cow heritage, a 17-foot-tall cement milk bottle stands in front of the former Whately Central School.

Geographically, Whately is crossed by Interstate 91, and is accessed at Exit 23 by U.S. Route 5 and Massachusetts Route 10. The town is situated about 11 miles south of Greenfield and 26 miles north of Springfield. Like many of the rural towns which lie in Franklin County, Whately offers residents a wealth of recreational opportunities within a small-town atmosphere. It is an ideal place to live, work and play.

The Franklin County, Mass., town of Whately, which lies along the western banks of the Connecticut River in the Pioneer Valley, has a total area of 20.7 square miles and is home to about 1,583 residents. The town is situated along the county’s southern border, north of Hampshire County. It is bordered by Deerfield to the northeast, Conway to the northwest, Sunderland to the east, Hatfield to the south, and Williamsburg to the west. 

Students in Whately attend the Frontier Regional and Union 39 School Districts, which also includes Conway, Deerfield and Sunderland, as well as several private schools in neighboring areas. The region has been known for growing tobacco, which, along with dairying, was one of Whately’s early agricultural pursuits. In a nod to Massachusetts’ hardscrabble giant cow heritage, a 17-foot-tall cement milk bottle stands in front of the former Whately Central School.

Geographically, Whately is crossed by Interstate 91, and is accessed at Exit 23 by U.S. Route 5 and Massachusetts Route 10. The town is situated about 11 miles south of Greenfield and 26 miles north of Springfield. Like many of the rural towns which lie in Franklin County, Whately offers residents a wealth of recreational opportunities within a small-town atmosphere. It is an ideal place to live, work and play.

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61 Old State Rd
Whately, MA $599,500

61 Old State Rd

Whately, MA

$599,500
  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1,847 Sqft

Whately

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Whately is within Pioneer Valley, Massachusetts and borders Hatfield and Deerfield.

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