From its great lakes and rivers to its majestic mountains and streams, the Lake Champlain region offers every imaginable activity for outdoor enthusiasts. Residents and visitors alike can enjoy outstanding boating on Shelburne Bay, hiking at Mt. Philo, and biking along the many bike paths in the summer, and of course world-class skiing at Stowe and Sugarbush in the winter. And for those looking for a cultural infusion, Vermont’s largest city is guaranteed to delight. With less than 50,000 residents, the city of Burlington blends the best of country living and civilization. It is home to great farm-to-table restaurants, a vibrant Farmer’s Market, the Flynn Center for the Arts, and the Church Street Marketplace for shopping. UVM and Middlebury College are also hubs of cultural activity.
Boasting striking scenic beauty, endless outdoor recreational opportunities, and a storied history as a Revolutionary War hub, Vermont’s Lake Champlain Valley has long been a prized vacation destination for generations of North American East Coast residents and now draws from southern populations as far away as Texas, Florida and Washington, D.C.. But with so many luxurious locales—from Cape Cod to New Hampshire’s lakes region—in the region, why do many discerning buyers continue to choose Lake Champlain as their preferred destination? Here are the top five:
The Lake Champlain Valley is an ideal and easily accessible destination. The region’s numerous walkable towns and villages can be reached through regional and international airports, as well as several major interstate highways. Hiking and camping in New York’s Adirondacks are just a short ferry ride away.
LandVest has been bringing great Vermont properties to the global marketplace since 1968. We deliver sound advice and exceptional results to buyers and sellers of Vermont properties, notably for Lake Champlain, where we have consistently dominated the high-end market. LandVest offers real estate appraisals, comprehensive land planning, forestry, timberland marketing and conservation advice.
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