Leverett

Description:

Leverett was once part of Sunderland and was granted separation in 1774. Four villages comprise the town: Leverett Center, East Leverett, North Leverett and Moores Corner. The major road through town is Route 63, which connects Leverett to Amherst to the south and Montague to the north.

Local community members completed the New England Peace Pagoda, the first of its kind in America, in 1985. It stands as a symbol of aspiration and hope for peace. The caretakers live on the property, however the public is welcome to visit the grounds and view the beautiful Pagoda, the new temple, and the gardens and lily pond.‚Äč

Area Info:
The Outdoors

In the center of town is the Leverett Pond, a beautiful 100+-acre lake. The pond offers fishing, boating, and swimming. Nearby are many hiking trails on conservation area, including Rattlesnake Hill, Doolittle Brook, and Marvell Family Conservation Area, to name a few.

Food & Drink

The Leverett Village Co-op is a specialty food market selling locally-grown produce, organic beer and wine, fresh bakery items, and sandwiches.

Arts & Culture

Joy Friedman, local potter, has her own pottery store in Leverett. She has a gallery with hand-crafted items for sale and offers classes in throwing pottery.

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Leverett, MA

Current Market Snapshot

Property Type:
Single Family
Inventory:
10
Avg Price:
$468,760
Avg Days On Market:
208
Property Type:
Commercial
Inventory:
1
Avg Price:
$6
Avg Days On Market:
342
Property Type:
Condo or Co-op
Inventory:
2
Avg Price:
$246,000
Avg Days On Market:
378
Property Type:
Land
Inventory:
10
Avg Price:
$177,530
Avg Days On Market:
240
Property Type:
Multi-Family
Inventory:
2
Avg Price:
$354,950
Avg Days On Market:
621

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