Middlefield MA Real Estate & Homes for Sale
The median home value in Middlefield, MA is $232,500.
the county median home value of $248,800.
The national median home value is $185,800.
The average price of homes sold in Middlefield, MA is $232,500.
Approximately 78.7% of Middlefield homes are owned,
compared to 5.78% rented, while
15.52% are vacant.
Middlefield real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
If you see a property you’re interested in, contact a Middlefield real estate agent to arrange a tour today!
Beautiful Country Setting, quiet and peaceful, sun filled Colonial on an acre. Exposed beams, french doors, hardwood and pine floors, replacement windows throughout, zero clearance fireplace with stainless steel chimney, second fireplace set up for a wood stove. Sit on the lovely back deck and watch the horses in the field , listen to the sounds of the birds and enjoy your glass of wine after work. Lots of updates, easy to show, don't wait.
253 acres ! Land your plane !! FAA registered private air strip on a completely secluded retreat ! This peaceful sanctuary is nestled way off the beaten path for total solitude and privacy. Hide away from the madness of the world in your very own piece of heaven. Updates in 2011 include metal roof, vinyl windows, siding, bright an cheery 3 season sun room with cathedral ceilings. Huge garage with covered car port on side to store your tractors, 2 storage sheds. This is the perfect place to get away or just simply call home with woods, open fields and stone walls, hunting, snow mobile, 4 wheeling. Plenty of acreage to build a dream home and keep this home as a guest cottage or in-law. Self sustain with your own solar powered energy panels, gardens, fruit trees and a short ride to the beautiful roaring brook. Chapter 61 & Forestry plan in place. This is truly unique and one of a kind,. don't miss out on this rare find.
No showings until open house Sat Mar 7, 1-3, Remodeled newer home 15 minutes from Jacob's Pillow. Could be a horse farm. A home occupation could be considered because of the huge, heated first level. First level has a compressor that can stay and is wired for welding. Gas stove, refrigerator, washer and dryer included. Has new windows, a metal roof, large enclosed porch off living room. Has nice privacy.
OWNER SAYS SELL SO MAKE US AN OFFER! Close to all the Berkshire cultural amenities, Tanglewood, Theater, Jacobs Pillow, Mass Moca, Stockbridge, Norman Rockwell Museum and more. Seasonal cottage was well built in 1924 +- and affords some very nice period features with beautiful old hard wood floors, attractive windows, high ceilings, nice Fireplace, and more. Access used to be a driveway off Skyline but was abandoned in favor of using the access through the fairgrounds. Lots of road frontage along 3 roads offering other lot potential. A completely unique get away / summer home and more. Call for further details.
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