Lake Houses for Sale in Massachusetts
Find Lake Houses and Waterfront Land for Sale
Recent internal data records nearly $3 billion in land and other rural acreage for sale in the Colony State, which comprises a total of 14,871 acres of land for sale in Massachusetts. Of Massachusetts's 14 counties, Worcester County had the most rural property and land for sale. From the top of 3,491-foot Mount Greylock to the Atlantic Ocean shores of Cape Cod, Massachusetts' land is brimming with adventure. Saltwater-fishing charters reel in bluefish, tuna, cod, haddock, and halibut, while over 500 inland lakes, ponds, and rivers promise trout, bass, and salmon. Hunters can bag white-tailed deer, black bear, wild turkey, and pheasant. Massachusetts is one of the country's smallest states in terms of size, covering an area of 10,555 square miles (7 million acres). In its entirety, 7,800 square miles is made up of land, while the remaining 2,754 square miles comprises water. Wildlife to be found on land for sale in Massachusetts include whitetail deer, turkey, dove, moose, pheasant, geese, ducks, and bear. Anglers have their choice of bass and catfish.
Waterfront Property for sale in Williamstown Massachusetts
Designed by legendary Bauhaus architect Marcel Breuer, this Mid-Century Modern masterpiece is a rare, iconic work of art, exemplifying the luxury of great design. With its bi-nuclear floor plan, butterfly roof, and brilliant use of stone, glass, wood and steel, it epitomizes Breuer''s pioneering contributions to modern architecture in America. Known as ''The Robinson House'' and privately set on 42.5 acres, this supremely livable home is the focal point of an estate with guest house, swimming po ol, and frontage on the Green River. Steps from Hopkins Forest conservation land, it is convenient to Williams College, Clark Art, the Williamstown Theatre Festival, restaurants and shops, and poised to take full advantage of cultural and recreation
''Jackson Hole in the Berkshires'' has a commanding mountain presence on 72 /- lush acres with views to Vermont, Williamstown proper and Mt. Greylock. To add to the ultimate privacy, the property is surrounded by the 2600 /- acre Hopkins Memorial Forest owned by Williams College. While offering the utmost in privacy and tranquility, the house is minutes down the hill to the burgeoning North County cultural and recreational amenities fueled by MassMOCA, Williams College, Williamstown Theatre Festiva l, the Clark Art Museum and Jinny Peak. Designed by a famed Jackson Hole architect and constructed with beams hand hewn in Montana and shipped to Williamstown, the 10,000 /- ft* residence has two levels, a first floor Master bedroom and 4 other