Here Are The 16 Best Places To Live In Vermont And Why They’re So Appealing
Vermont may be small, but it certainly maintains its position as one of America’s most livable states. We have country roads leading to historic covered bridges in pretty New England villages, the college towns are lively and Burlington provides suburban flair along the shores of Lake Champlain. Approximately 625,000 residents enjoy outdoor activities during four distinct seasons (five including mud season). Low crime, low density population and an above-average investment in education and environment are but a few highlights of why we love to live here. But what are the best places to live in Vermont?
While compiling the best towns to live in Vermont, we understandably had a hard time narrowing down the list. After all, every town in Vermont is wonderful, each in their own individual way. We ultimately researched many sites such as www.city-data.com and www.areavibes.com and looked at factors such as crime rate, housing costs (state average is $216,800), commute time, income (state average is $52,776), education and amenities.
Here is what we found, but we would love to hear your thoughts. Where do you live and why do you love living in Vermont? Let us know!
We’re aware that these uncertain times are limiting many aspects of life as we all practice social and physical distancing. While we’re continuing to feature destinations that make our state wonderful, we don’t expect or encourage you to go check them out immediately. We believe that supporting local attractions is important now more than ever and we hope our articles inspire your future adventures! And on that note, please nominate your favorite local business that could use some love right now: https://www.onlyinyourstate.com/nominate/
What do you think of our list of the best places to live in Vermont? Be sure to let us know your favorite towns and why it’s great to live there. Share with your friends and see what they think, too! The question where to live in Vermont is very hard to answer, because there are just so many fabulous and livable in Vermont. We hope this list helps.
Address: Old Bennington, Bennington, VT 05201, USA
Address: Shelburne, VT, USA
Address: Woodstock, VT, USA
Address: Montpelier, VT 05602, USA
Address: Wilmington, VT, USA
Address: Essex Junction, Essex, VT, USA
Address: Quechee, Hartford, VT, USA
Address: Hinesburg, VT, USA
Address: Grafton, VT, USA
Address: Brattleboro, VT 05301, USA
Address: White River Junction, Hartford, VT, USA
Address: Chester, VT 05143, USA
Address: Stowe, VT 05672, USA
Address: Shoreham, VT, USA
Address: St. Albans Town, VT, USA
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July 28, 2020
What is the most scenic town in Vermont?
Answering this question is immensely difficult, because just as it is hard to narrow down which towns are the best to live in, it is almost equally hard to say which ones are the most scenic. But with that being said, here are our picks for the five most scenic towns in Vermont, not necessarily in order: 1. Manchester; 2. Woodstock; 3. Grafton; 4. Stowe; 5. Shelburne. Naturally, there are many other scenic towns in Vermont. If you are still interested in discovering other picturesque towns, check out the 17 most picturesque towns in Vermont.
Is Vermont a great place to live?
The answer to this question is a resounding YES. Not only does Vermont have stunning landscapes and endless natural locations to enjoy, but the state also has excellent food, safe cities, great schools, and down-to-earth people. Vermont is an environmentally aware place that focuses on healthy living styles and is socially and environmentally aware and considerate, which all makes Vermont a welcoming and prosperous place for all.
What are the most unique towns in Vermont?
There are plenty of strange town names in Vermont that could definitely be considered pretty unique, but often it’s just the name that’s unusual and not the town itself. As for the most unique towns in Vermont, Montpelier, the state capital, is a fascinating city in Vermont. With its secluded location and proximity to nature, and it being not only the only capital in the U.S. that doesn’t have a McDonalds, it is also the smallest state capital in America. Other interesting and unique towns in Vermont are: Barre, Woodstock, Grand Isle, and many more.