Vermont’s Chittenden County is home to the region’s most alluring natural attraction, Lake Champlain. Nestled in the Champlain Valley between the Adirondack Mountains of NY and the Green Mountains of VT, the towns of Chittenden County make up one of the longest stretches of shoreline on the eastern side of Lake Champlain. With extraordinary views, a rich culture and various recreational activities, discover what makes this area so appealing.
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Owning a home in Burlington VT allows you to enjoy the convenience of nearby local shops and restaurants as well as the beauty of Lake Champlain.
Charlotte VT offers homeowners spectacular views of Lake Champlain, rolling hills, and farmland. It is also located close to both Burlington and Middlebury.
Many homes located in Colchester Vermont offer waterfrontage or views of Lake Champlain, while others offer privacy with wooded lots.
Essex Junction, VT real estate puts you in the heart of a pedestrian-friendly community with shops, food stores and schools all within walking distance along well-maintained sidewalks.
Essex Vermont has both modern conveniences and a small town atmosphere. There are numerous retail shops as well as sweeping views of the Green Mountains.
Hinesburg is a picturesque in northwestern Vermont, located right on Highway 116 along the edge of the Green Mountains, 14 miles southeast of Burlington and 27 miles west of Montpelier.
Jericho is conveniently located on Route 15, minutes to I-89, and is famous for being the birthplace and lifelong home of Wilson “Snowflake” Bentley, an American farmer who is known for artistically photographing over 5,000 snowflakes.
Getting its start in the late 1700s in manufacturing and harvesting potash, Milton continues to be a rapidly growing town containing 7 waterfalls and located 14 miles north of Burlington.
Richmond is a beautiful historic town situated on both the Winooski River and Huntington River. It is conveniently crossed by I-89 and US Route 2 and contains a stop along the New England Central Railroad.
South Burlington Vermont has a mix of commercial centers, businesses, and shops. Homes in town are a mix of affordable condos, spacious single family homes, and rental properties.
St. George has the smallest land area of all Vermont towns but prides itself on being a friendly, diverse community. Largely agricultural, it lies on the edge of the greater Burlington metropolitan area.
Underhill is known for its tall mountains and was named for the Underhills, who were among the first families to develop the town when it was new. It now contains several churches, the Underhill State Park, and is home to the Chittenden County Historical Society.
Williston is one of Vermont's fastest growning towns and has recently become the retail hub of Chittenden County. Homeowners in Williston have the benefit of living near shops and restaurants.
Located just outside of Burlington, Winooski is a more affordable option for homeowners looking to live close to town. It also features many up-and-coming restaurants and stores.