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Hamilton Reservoir


6Listings$20K-$780K$2MTotal Value
Hamilton Reservoir, Massachusetts

Hamilton Reservoir real estate is considered a tight inventory market for lake homes and lake lots in Massachusetts.

Hamilton Reservoir homes for sale have an average list price of $272,000, with many great homes at higher and lower prices.

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    • Counties: Hampden County
      About Hamilton Reservoir
      Located in Hampden County, Massachusetts

      Hamilton Reservoir is a 423-acre impoundment located in Hampden County, in the town of Holland, Massachusetts. Boston is 69 miles northeast, while Springfield, Massachusetts, is 32 miles northwest.

      The closest location for urgent care is Harrington Hospital in Southbridge, 8 miles northeast. The Bradley International Airport is situated 47 miles southwest in Windsor Locks, Connecticut.

      When heading into town, grab a bite to eat at nearby food stops like Holland's Maine Attraction, New Holland Market, and The Traveler Restaurant.

      Life on the Water

      Hamilton Reservoir offers residents a quintessential lake life! Watersports like kayaking, waterskiing, wakeboarding, jet skiing, and fishing are all popular here.

      Anglers should expect to catch bass, perch, bluegill, black crappie, rainbow trout, and more.

      If you're looking to take it easy and soak in the sights the shoreline has to offer, then hop in your kayak and start paddling.

      What's Nearby?

      One popular attraction is Bigelow Hollow State Park, where visitors can hike the trails and relax in nature.

      Another popular attraction is the Old Sturbridge Village, where visitors can visit this historic village and see what life was like in the past.

      Visit Springfield, Massachusetts

      If you're looking to step out of nature and into a large city with lots to do, Springfield is your best bet!

      The Zoo in Forest Park is a not-for-profit zoo that houses over 200 native and exotic animals. It features a diverse array of mammals, birds, reptiles, invertebrates, and amphibians.

      While at the zoo, check out the beautiful 700-acre park it's nestled in. Designed by the father of modern landscape architecture, Frederick Law Olmsted, many consider Forest Park the jewel of Springfield.

      Visitors will enjoy courts and fields for sports like baseball, basketball, tennis, bocce, and soccer. The many trails, roads, and paths surrounding the park are a beautiful setting for a walk or run.

      If you're a history or weapons buff, check out the Springfield Armory, the U.S. Armed Forces primary weapons manufacturer from the Revolutionary War to 1968.

      After a long day of exploring, try one of the many eateries in Springfield like Red Rose Pizzeria, Student Prince Cafe, and Fort Restaurant, and Theodore’s Blues, Booze, and BBQ.

      Calm and Quaint

      Those looking for a slice of small-town life in the outdoors will love living on Hamilton Reservoir.