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Whately, incorporated in 1771, was originally part of Hatfield, a town in Hampshire County, but separated because the people who lived in what is now Whately were too farm from the town center. It is the site of the first gin distillery in Massachusetts, as well as other mills including grist, cider, woolen, chair and coffin factories. Above all, Whately has been and continues to be an agricultural area with commercial crops including apples, cider, hay, maple products, tobacco, and vegetables.

Whately lies on the southern border of Franklin County, north of Hampshire County. Whately is bisected by Interstate 91 and is 26 miles north of Springfield and 11 miles south of Greenfield.

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Whately Real Estate for Sale

If you are looking to buy a single family home, land to build your dream home, farm, or second home in Whately, Mass, click here for the latest list of what is currently on the market. You can also contact Wanda Mooney to learn more about the area and the process of moving. 

Local Favorites

Quonquount Farm is a pick-your-own orchard and special event venue in Whately. They grow blueberries, apples, and peaches for visitors to pick themselves or purchase at their farmstand, along with other local agricultural products and they host events in their beautifully, renovated 19th century barn.

Hitchcock Brewing Company is a farm brewery, hopyard, and tasting room. They sell cans and growlers of their craft beers to go and offer free samples of all their brews.

Whately Inn, a colonial-styled inn, offers fine dining, catering, and has guest rooms.

The Outdoors

The tri-town beach in Whately is open in the summer months for swimming and is available to local residents only. There is a sandy beach and the water is lifeguard supervised.

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