Whether you are a potential homeowner looking for a lot for sale or a builder or developer seeking land for sale for your next project, the perfect property for you may be found in Massachusetts. The Commonwealth of Massachusetts, as it’s officially known, is located in the northeastern region of New England. While The Bay State is the 7th smallest in the nation, it is the 3rd most densely populated thanks in large part to Greater Boston. Fully two-thirds of Massachusetts' population resides in Greater Boston, which is comprised of Boston and Worcester, New England’s two largest cities. Greater Boston is located on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean and spreads north, west and south to Interstate 495. To the west is the Springfield metropolitan area, centered in the Connecticut River Valley, the “Knowledge Corridor”, and a mix of rural areas and college towns, such as Amherst and Northampton. The geographic center of population of the state is in the town of Natick. Massachusetts is home to many significant historical, cultural and commercial sites including: Plymouth, the site of the colony founded by Pilgrims in 1620; Harvard University, the prestigious and oldest institution of higher education in the nation; Salem, of the infamous Salem Witch Trials; Boston, known as the “Cradle of Liberty” for its role leading to the American Revolution; and the Springfield Armory founded by Henry Knox, which is credited with important technological advances during the Industrial Revolution. Massachusetts has been a center for many social, religious and philosophical movements throughout its history, and in 2004, became the first state to legally recognize same-sex marriage. South Hadley is home to the first college for women in the U.S., Mount Holyoke College. The popular sports of basketball and volleyball were invented in Springfield and Holyoke, respectively. Once a state fueled by fishing, agriculture and trade, Massachusetts in now a leader in higher education, high technology, health care technology and financial services. The Bay State’s coast is distinctly shaped thanks to several large bays, including Massachusetts Bay, where Boston is located at the mouth of the Charles River. The state offers a variety of outdoor experiences to residents and visitors alike, from the Appalachian mountain system in the west to the Atlantic coast in the east with its sandy beaches and rocky shorelines. Hiking, skiing, sailing, fishing, whale watching and hunting are all popular pastimes in the state. There are numerous natural and historical sites, areas and corridors throughout Massachusetts, including the Cape Cod National Seashore and the Boston Harbor Islands National Recreation Area. In addition to the historical sites, Massachusetts has many major museums and has produced many talented writers, artists and musicians throughout American history. Sportsfans enjoy some of the most exciting professional sports teams in the country: Boston Red Sox (MLB), New Englad Patriots (NFL), Boston Celtics (NBA) and Boston Bruins (NHL). If you are seeking property in Massachusetts, you will find a wide variety of choices from waterfront property for sale, lake property for sale, riverfront land for sale, oceanfront property for sale, golf-course lots for sale, mountain lots for sale, vacant land for sale and even cheap land for sale.
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