Waterbury Vermont Real Estate

 

CambridgeHyde ParkJohnsonMorristownStowe – Wolcott

Waterbury, Vermont has a rich history that dates back 1763 and King George III, and this town of nearly 6000 people has thrived for two-and-a-half centuries. Waterbury, VT is home to a wide variety of commerce, from mom-n-pop corner stores to Ben & Jerry’s ice cream, and community. So why not take a peek at the homes for sale in Waterbury, VT? Families, young entrepreneurs and professional startups are all welcome in Waterbury, VT. Waterbury’s downtown is vibrant and exciting, and the town has some of the best public transit. The Green Mountain Transit Agency runs buses between Waterbury and Burlington, Montpelier, Morrisville, and Stowe. Amtrak also runs trains from Waterbury to Washington, D.C. Check out Waterbury, VT real estate, which is a great place to raise a family in a historic town with its eye on the future.

Welcome home to this open and inviting end unit condo in the heart of Waterbury. Enter from the front porch into the foyer with a convenient oversized closet, and step into the modern kitchen overlooking the dining space. The spacious dining area flows seamlessly into the living room with sliding glass doors leading to the back deck. Upstairs, you’ll find a primary bedroom, updated full bathroom, and a second bedroom currently being used as an office. In addition, the home boasts a basement with laundry, a half bath, and plenty of flexible space. Outside, you’re surrounded by open space, to be enjoyed from either your front porch or back wood deck. This home is conveniently located just minutes from the interstate, and right down the street from an amazing diversity of cafes and restaurants. Open house Sdaturday, 6/15 10am-12pm!

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