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Agawam, Massachusetts


Agawam, Massachusetts, is a beautiful community with a rural atmosphere that blends suburban living with affordable homes, a low tax rate, highly respected schools and safe community neighborhoods. The scenic river walk/bike trail allows for a peaceful sojourn along the majestic Connecticut River. Agawam is the home of Six Flags New England, Robinson State Park, four golf courses, birthplace of Anne Sullivan, Helen Keller s teacher and mentor and boasts the first zip code number given out in the United States— 01001.

Farming remains an important part of the city's landscape where fresh produce and flowers are plentiful. A good place to raise children, with its family values and good schools, Agawam is also an ideal, safe community to enjoy retirement years.

The city is in close proximity to Bradley International Airport in nearby Windsor Locks, Connecticut.

www.agawam.ma.us

West Springfield, Massachusetts


West Springfield, Massachusetts is a quaint city with a small town atmosphere. Located at the crossroads of New England, I-91 and the Massachusetts Turnpike— I -90, West Springfield is a place that successfully merges rural life with a thriving retail and restaurant business. Originally a farming community, the city has acquired national and international attention as the birthplace of the Morgan Horse, the location of the Josiah Day House, the oldest brick saltbox house in the United States and the home of The Big E, the largest Fair in the Northeast attracting more than 1 million guests annually.

Overlooking the scenic Connecticut River, friendly neighbors and a welcoming town green greet visitors with annual events such as the UNICO 4th of July barbecue, Rotary's Taste of the Valley and Summer Concerts under the canopy of beautiful Elm trees.

The city is in close proximity to Bradley International Airport in nearby Windsor Locks, Connecticut.

www.west-springfield.ma.us

 

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