6 gorgeous homes in Massachusetts' Pioneer Valley

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Northampton. This one-level, three-bedroom contemporary house is close to Smith College and downtown Northampton. The home features an open floor plan, two fireplaces, built-in shelving, and a kitchen with a Wolf stove and a Sub-Zero refrigerator.

The wooded lot includes landscaped gardens, a deck, and a two-car garage. $950,000. Julie Held, Maple and Main Realty, 413-575-2374.

Granville. Built circa 1770, this country estate sits on more than 37 acres and includes two historic homes. The main, three-bedroom house features built-in carved shelves, original beams, three fireplaces, and a woodstove, and nearly all the floors are made of wide-plank antique wood.

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The three-bedroom guest house was constructed in 1965 in a similar 18th-century style. The property has a stone patio, stone walls, woods, fields, and a pond and brook. $695,000. Chapin Fish, Brockman Real Estate, 413-528-4859.

Ashfield. This restored farmstead on 77 acres includes a main house with eight bedrooms, a five-bedroom guesthouse, and multiple outbuildings. Built in 1790, the house has five fireplaces, beamed ceilings, and built-in shelving and cabinets.

The land features organic gardens, fields, stone walls, and woodland — plus a sugar house and a syrup-producing sugar bush. $1,600,000. Phil Pless, Coldwell Banker Upton-Massamont Realtors, 413-834-5179.

Conway. This saltbox house with modern interiors sits on a hill and has mountain views. The three-bedroom home includes a recently renovated kitchen, post-and-beam construction, and built-in shelving.

The property features a stone fire pit and more than 8 acres overlooking fields, woods, and mountains. $650,000. Annie Kelly, Jones Group Realtors/Amherst, 413-427-3620.

Chesterfield. Lying on more than 100 acres, this five-bedroom contemporary home has five fireplaces and salvaged wide-plank wood floors throughout. The country-style kitchen includes a commercial Viking propane stove and a wall of windows with mountain views.

The land also holds an updated antique barn, a riding arena, a horse barn, and a greenhouse, and solar panels supply most of the property's electricity needs. $1,795,000. Phil Pless, Coldwell Banker Upton-Massamont Realtors, 413-834-5179.

Springfield. This Victorian in Springfield's historic district has original oak woodwork and restored hardwood floors throughout. Built in 1898, the nine-bedroom home features period details like ornate columns and a carved decorative lattice, plus five fireplaces.

Outside, there's a patio, a fenced yard, and a two-car garage. $335,000. Geraldine Marafioti, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage/ Longmeadow, 413-575-9109.

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