The Central Vermont real estate market offers beautiful views and a variety of options for choosing the right place to build your dream home. But the most important part about building is finding the right piece of land for you. First you have to find the right location, then take a look at neighboring properties, check out the school district and then consider the lay of the land. There are a few questions that come to mind like do I want a garden, a view or privacy? Asking these questions can help you find topographical features you want in the right location.
Here are 10 places in Central Vermont to consider when searching for property in the area:
Barre Town’s housing stock was built beginning in the 1960’s. There are a variety of neighborhoods here with long distance views of the surrounding mountains and attractive acreage close to the town center.
Barre City has a charming historic downtown area that is surrounded with neighborhoods. Once home to local granite shed workers and their families, this area in Central Vermont offers very reasonably priced housing.
Berlin is ideal for travelers with easy access to the I-89 and a regional airport. It’s just minutes from the main commercial strip located in the Central Vermont countryside.
Calais (pronounced Kaliss) includes four small villages: East Calais, North Calais, Adamant and Maple Corner. The picturesque mix of open meadows, farms and forest make this an ideal place for your Central Vermont dream home.
East Montpelier features some of the finest agricultural soil in the Central Vermont area. Generating millions in sales every year, East Montpelier also offers great views with close proximity to cultural and commercial centers.
Middlesex is within a short commute from both Montpelier and Waterbury and offers great views along with plenty of privacy.
Montpelier acts as a downtown area for surrounding communities. This area offers dynamic cultural opportunities and is the nation’s smallest capital city.
Northfield is a well-kept area with homes that fall in line with a classic New England image. Slate roofs and clapboards are found in this lovely Central Vermont town.
Waterbury puts you close to Stowe, Bolton and Mad River Valley ski resorts and is the outdoor enthusiasts dream. Also near to regional businesses.
Worcester (pronounced Wooster) includes Mount Hunger and Putnam Forest. About one-third of this area is state owned so it’s great for hiking and mountain climbing.
If you’d like to become the proud owner of a beautiful home in the “Northeast Kingdom”, or any of Vermont’s other beautiful destinations, contact us at PallSpera today. We’d be delighted to help you find the home of your dreams, the home you deserve. Our specialty lies in finding properties that match every buyer’s unique needs and preferences, ensuring that every sale is a perfect match. With over 25 agents on board, our team is ready to begin your quest for the ideal abode.