A Hadley home for sale at 43 East Street is featured in the upcoming September/October issue of Yankee Magazine. The article is four pages long, includes 15 photographs of the gardens and the home’s interior, some history about the owners and the town’s agricultural tradition, and gardening tips.
Offered at $598,000, the updated farmhouse was originally built by the great-great-grandfather of one of the owners, according to the article. This 2,350 square foot home sits on 1.29 acres and is a gardener’s paradise, which Yankee Magazine does a better job at describing than this bachelor with a couple plants on his balcony that his girlfriend tends to can. Nevertheless, the yard is gorgeous.
What I can describe, however, is how magnificent this home is and that it is certainly worthy of a feature in “New England’s magazine”. The grounds offer many amenities such as an in-ground pool with a cabana, stone wall, gazebo and barn that was converted to a two-car garage.
The inside of this home has been painstakingly modernized as would be expected from the family that built it over a century ago. It is tastefully appointed and boasts abundant natural light, skylights, vaulted ceilings, hardwood floors, and inviting sun room. The marvelous country kitchen is a wonderful space and both bathrooms have been updated. There is also a wine cellar. Other updates include newer windows and air-conditioning.
What’s more, this property is located near the Norwottuck Rail Trail, making it ideal for those who enjoy bicycling, walking, or rollerblading.
If you are planning on buying or selling a home in the Pioneer Valley or would like to schedule a private is showing for this home, make your first call to Michael Seward at 413-531-7129.