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At Northfield Mountain Antiques you'll find a large inventory of  antique furniture from the early 1800's through the golden oak era. The wide selection  has been professionally restored and is ready to take home and put to use.  Tables, trunks, chairs, bookcases, desks, bureaus, dressers, mirrors, pictures, cupboards in oak, pine, maple, butternut, mahogany and cherry are available. pictures

Northfield Mountain Antiques is located in Northfield, Massachusetts between Rts. 2 and 10 at 1026 Millers Falls Road (Route 63).

Professional restoration services from tune-ups or cleaning, oiling, gluing to complete frame-off rebuilding and finishing projects to make treasures beautiful again are available.  more

Classes are offered for those who may want to begin learning the techniques of antique restoration.  details

Visit our new arrivals for a preview of a few of our newest treasures.

Northfield Mountain Antiques is an active advertiser in the New England Antiques Journal as well as the Journal for Antiques and Collectibles.  Stop by and pick up complimentary copies

Call us anytime at 413-498-2414 or contact via e-mail


Northfield Mountain Antiques will be open Thursday-Sunday from 11:00-5:00. 

We will also be open Monday-Wednesday by chance or anytime by appointment. 


Northfield Mountain Antiques is located at 1026 Millers Falls Rd. (Route 63) in Northfield, MA. Look for our sign in front of the fully restored New England style barn; red, of course.

From Interstate 91 - Exit 28a from the south or Exit 28 from the North. Follow Route 10 to the intersection of Route 63 in Northfield. Turn right on 63 South and Northfield Mountain Antiques is 1/2 mile on the right.

From Route 2 - Proceed North on Route 63 from Erving, MA.  6 1/2 miles and Northfield Mountain Antiques will be on your left.

From New Hampshire - Route 10 South to Northfield and continue on Route 63 South. Northfield Mountain Antiques is 1.2 miles south of the intersection of Route 10 and 63 .


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