What We Love
About SPALDING COMMON FARM

  • Hanging out in the kitchen by the fire, watching the cooks preparing a great meal while hearing free advice from the lounging spectators.
  • Hitting Moulton’s Store for a coffee and to learn all the latest goings-on.
  • Being in the Village for the tree lighting, 4th of July parade, and concerts on the green.
  • Walking to Spalding Field to watch one of our kids (now grandkids!) athletic contests.
  • At holiday season, the magical view across Spalding Common of our neighbors’ houses, all with white candles in every window.

Spalding Common Farm derives its name from its location overlooking one of Amherst Village’s beautiful greens, the Spalding Common. The property is uniquely located: both a prominent village residence and a working horse farm with 12+/- acres, several large grass paddocks, a 10-stall barn and a 70’ x 144’ indoor arena.

Tucked away at the end of a long, lilac lined drive, the updated home has 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, a large kitchen open to a family room with a fireplace, dining room, study, screened porch and a two-car attached garage. There is also a charming one bedroom guest house with a fireplace, screened porch and two-car attached garage.

Amherst Village is widely admired as one of New England’s most beautiful historic town centers, with the entire village being listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The location lends itself to the enjoyment of all the walkable (and bike-able) amenities Amherst Village has to offer, including a country store and deli, library, churches, schools, town offices, tennis courts, skating rink, and playing fields, along with dozens of period homes lining tree shaded streets and several town greens. Just 15.4 miles to Manchester-Boston Regional Airport and 54 miles to Boston.


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