It’s easy to fall in love with Vermont. Not for only the classic pastoral landscapes of cows, red barns and blue lakes but for outdoor recreation, inviting communities of interesting people and culture that makes Vermont a great place to live. Vermont residents are active, friendly and eco-minded. Vermont's many small towns are filled with interesting restaurants, shops and inns without the crowds and traffic. Spend an hour at a farmers' market, visit an artist's studio, browse through quaint shops, and then cap the day with fine dining. Want to play outdoors? Go sailing on Lake Champlain, swim in its clear waters, camp in one of Vermont’s 54 state parks, go for a day hike in the Green Mountains, bike a country road surrounded by Vermont’s scenic beauty, or just soak up the quiet.
If you are thinking of making a move to Vermont for a vacation getaway or a year round home, or if you are looking to sell your property, contact us. We’d love to show you some of the special places we love, whether in destination communities like Woodstock, or some secret spots on the Champlain Islands or the Northeast Kingdom.