Refined elegance sets this home apart. Distinctive and classic style colonial offers spacious rooms, natural light, high ceilings and hardwood floors throughout this four bedroom en-suite home. Stunning oversized custom kitchen with pantry and wall oven. Kitchen opens to the family room with cathedral ceiling and fireplace with back staircase to second floor. Private first floor library/office off the foyer. Living and dining room perfect for entertaining. Natural gas and town sewer. Close to commuter rail, Rt 93 and shopping. A must see!

This is a Colonial style home and features 9 total rooms, 2 full baths, 1 half bath, 4 bedrooms, 0.38 Acres, and is currently available for $739,000.

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Massachusetts is a gold mine of fun and historical things to do— and during all four seasons, from the Berkshires to the arm of Massachusetts. There are things to do for families, couples, large groups, and singles. Let’s take a look at some of the best things to do in Western Massachusetts in the summer.

  1. Outdoor activities in Northern Berkshires, MA

Including whitewater rafting, zip lining, kayaking, fishing, wildlife tours, butterfly conservatory and much more. And check out the scenic railway that runs from North Adams to Adams, MA. Northern Berkshires, MA

  1. Monument Mountain in Great Barrington, MA

Hike this monumental mountain and take in views that may just take your breath away. You’ll see sights of the mountainous Berkshires and the Housatonic River Valley and make sure to explore Squaw Peak.

  1. Yankee Candle Factory in Deerfield, MA

Visit the Yankee Candle Factory and tour/shop the Bavarian village, a Christmas wonderland all year round. After you make it through the village, check out Wax Works where kids and adults can create their own candles. But most of all, take in all the scents that this flagship store has to offer. You will find seasonal scents all year round; their current scenes and you may even be in luck to find your favorite scent that is no longer sold in retail stores.

  1. Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, MA

The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame is a great place to visit on a hot summer day and perfect for kids and adults who love the game of basketball. Tour the museum, attend an event (on select days), and host your child’s birthday party or an event, and much more.

  1. Six Flags New England in Agawam, MA

Once known as Riverside, Six Flags New England is the largest theme park in New England. There are rides and activities for all ages and plenty of food options. If you are looking for a day full of family fun then this is the place to go.

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