Is it any wonder our inventory is low? With so many things to do in Vermont and a prevalent progressive lifestyle of getting “back to the basics,” Vermont offers so much and appeals to a wide variety of interests. The pandemic has made it abundantly clear that this lifestyle appeals to many, creating an amazing influx of people moving here to live the Vermont life.
For starters, Vermont leads the US, per capita, for the most Farmers’ Markets in the country. Check out the WIDE variety of specialties that a Farmers’ Market offers in Stowe here, and in Vermont here.
Did you know that Lamoille County is currently home to 14 covered bridges? More than any other county in the Green Mountain State! So, if trekking up a mountain isn’t your thing, perhaps a day driving around the countryside and reading the fascinating history of these gems is more to your liking. Learn more about the covered bridges of Lamoille County here.
Maybe you’d prefer a more relaxed pace and like a good beer now and again. We’ve got you covered there as well! Vermont is often considered the birthplace of the New England IPA. Stowe is also home to the award-winning Heady Topper, and Lamoille and Washington counties have a vast assortment of breweries and Brewpubs to choose from when the mood suits. We may be a tiny state, but we lead the pack in breweries. Vermont ranks first in breweries per capita according to the National Brewers Association!
Something for everyone
Sure, we all know about the hiking, biking, kayaking, snowmobiling, skiing, boarding – the outdoor pursuits that Vermont is famous for – but once you live here, there is so much more to discover! This tiny state has gained a BIG reputation creating strong real estate demand with record-low inventory to satisfy that demand.
Work with an agent to call Vermont home
More than ever, working with a connected agent is important to navigate this fast-paced and competitive market. We look forward to helping the many buyers who hope to make Vermont a part of their lifestyle.