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About Richmond VT

Homes in the Richmond Vermont real estate market are ideal for families looking for the solitude of small-town living without sacrificing all the everyday conveniences.

Live in Richmond, Vermont

Beautifully situated on the Winooski River along the western slopes of the Green Mountains, the Town of Richmond feels like a hidden treasure. Yet thanks to its location on US-2 and adjacent to I-89, homes in Richmond are a convenient drive from the larger towns in Central Vermont and to nearby schools: Richmond Elementary, Camel’s Hump Middle, and Mt Mansfield Union High.

From Victorian homes near the City of Richmond’s National Historic Landmark, the Round Church, to modern homes in the rural hillsides, Richmond Vermont real estate surprises with its diversity and affordability.

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  • The Round Church
  • Easy Commute
  • Richmond Town Center
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. It is located on the western side of the Green Mountains and to the east of the Lake Champlain valley.

Richmond was home to George F. Edmunds, a Republican U.S. Senator from 1866 to 1891, and was the birthplace of Louis Greenough, a pioneer in internal-combustion powered automobiles.
Population: 4,090 (2000 Census)
Schools: Richmond Elementary, Came’s Hump Middle, Mt. Mansfield Union High
Land: 32.3 sq mi including .5 sq mi of water
Popular Destinations:  The Winooski River, Huntington River, and the Round Church, a unique and rare 16-sided meetinghouse built between 1812 and 1813, which has been dubbed a National Historic Landmark
Chartered: October 27, 1794
Transportation: New England Central Railroad, situated on I-89 and US Route 2


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