About Vermont


Vermont is the second smallest state in terms of population (it has 609,000 residents) and the sixth smallest in geographic area. Lake Champlain, the nation's sixth-largest freshwater body lies at the northwest border with New York State and Canada. The state is split east-west by the Green Mountains, which are popular for recreational activities. The eastern border with New Hampshire is defined by the Connecticut River. Vermont is the only landlocked state in New England which leads to its often being short-changed in guides to the region.

The state is extremely rural, its valleys littered with farms. Its largest city is Burlington, pop. 38,889. Among the state's major exports are cheese, maple syrup, marble, slate, and granite.

Tourism is also a very large industry in Vermont, as skiers travel from Boston, New York, Canada, and elsewhere to ski resorts up and down the Green Mountain spine during the winter. In summer, the many bed and breakfasts fill up with couples and families wanting to visit the state's small towns and wild areas. Vermont's autumn foliage is known for being the most spectacular in the country, and possibly the world. It occurs quite early -- usually mid-September to mid-October.

img Horse Population: Approximately 75,000
img Total Economic Impact: $ -- billion
img Population : 623,050
img Land area : 9,250 sq. miles
img Capita l: Montpelier
img Counties : 14
img Highest Point : Mt. Mansfield: 4,393 feet
img Lowest Point : Lake Champlain: 95 feet
img 10 largest Cities:
  • Burlington: 38,531
  • Rutland: 17,046
  • South Burlington: 16,993
  • Barre: 9,128
  • Essex Junction: 8,841
  • Montpelier: 8,003
  • St. Albans: 7,476
  • St. Johnsbury: 7,604
  • Winooski: 6,353
  • Newport: 5,207
Pretty Mountain Views with Room for You and Your Horses

Sheffield, Caledonia County, Vermont

Sit on your front deck, let the sun warm your face, put your feet up, enjoy the beautiful mountain view, listen to the birds sing, and tree leaves blow in the wind. No traffic noise here! Located on 54.5 acres, this is a secluded, private, end-of-the-road paradise, complete with walking/horse trails, gorgeous cascading waterfall, nicely appointed 2-bedroom home and wonderful outbuildings. Your dreams will all come true at this lovely property located in Sheffield, VT.

Rosemary Gingue , Begin Realty Associates

54.50 ACRES
1484 SQ FT
Prime Location for Micro - Farming or Homesteading

Lyndon, Caledonia County, Vermont

Come and see this beautiful and very well-maintained home on 24 open acres. Located close to town yet far enough away for plenty of privacy. If you're thinking of micro-farming or homesteading, this is the prime location. Featuring a 2-stall agricultural barn ideal for livestock and plenty of storage. The 2-car open garage will protect your vehicle from the elements. Blueberry bushes fill the front yard along with multiple fruit trees.

Rosemary Gingue , Begin Realty Associates

24.20 ACRES
1456 SQ FT
135 Acre Horse Property

Northfield, Washington County, Vermont

Only minutes to Northfield Village and Norwich University, and with easy access to Montpelier, I-89 and Burlington. Located just over the hill from the Mad River Valley, Sugarbush and Mad River Glen ski areas. This peaceful setting allows for quiet pursuits and yet connects to the excitement of nearby amenities.

Timothy Heney , Heney Realtors

135.00 ACRES
3820 SQ FT
“Spring Hill Farm” located in the heart of Vermont’s equestrian region.

Woodstock, Windsor County, Vermont

This amazing property offers a 3,040 sq. ft. vintage 1820 stone cape with 3,000 sq. ft. reclaimed guest barn.

Terry Davis , Engel & Volkers Okemo-Woodstock

38.93 ACRES
6040 SQ FT
Spacious Country Home on 160+ Acres

Marshfield, Washington County, Vermont

Here is your opportunity to own a true, authentic piece of Vermont! This spacious Country Home with over 3800 square feet of finished living space was designed and custom built by the Owner. Nestled on a beautiful 160+ acres, this home is situated on a hill and boasts dramatic mountain views and located on a dead-end road for that desired privacy. Enjoy cooking for friends and family in the large open kitchen with a commercial grade Viking Professional gas cook stove. The numerous windows and skylights bring in natural light year round. Enjoy your morning coffee watching the sunrise over the mountains on the wrap-around covered porch. Stay cozy in the cooler season nestled up to the large wood fireplace in the family room. This property offers endless opportunities with the 160' by 38' barn with water and power, with a full 2nd floor for hay or Winter storage, 2 silos 25'x15', silage bunker and covered feed troughs. Start your own horse, dairy or animal farm. This 160+ acre parcel offers a combination of large open meadows and woods. Enjoy a multitude of recreational activities such as hiking, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, and riding your ATV. Only minutes away from local ponds, lakes and the Groton State Forrest. Only 1 hour from Stowe and Sugarbush Ski Resorts. I-89 is only 25 minutes away.

Luxury Properties , William Raveis

160.56 ACRES
3840 SQ FT
Authentic post and beam with rustic 18th century charm farm & barn on 32 acres.

Northfield, Washington County, Vermont

Authentic post and beam construction and rustic charm of 18th century workmanship with up-to-date amenities offers the unique blend of yesteryear and today. All in a perfect Vermont rural setting, this historic two-story farmhouse with large wrap-around front porch, country kitchen, exposed beams, hard and softwood plank floors, custom cabinetry and decorative stone walls, the property faces the morning sun and looks across to the classic red barn, all on 32 mostly open and scenic acres, with pond, babbling brook, and walking trails on site. The workshop, garage, fenced-in and open areas provides ample space for the DIY's, hobbyist or farm animals, large or small. The established vegetable garden includes a mature asparagus bed. Access the pond and walking trails via a solidly built vehicle bridge for outdoor relaxation and enjoyment. This exceptional property is sure to satisfy even the most discriminating buyer seeking the blend of old and new, all conveniently located.

Sheila Walther , Homestead Realty

32.60 ACRES
2873 SQ FT

Chittenden, Rutland County, Vermont

Absolutely beautiful country home and setting! Custom built L-shaped ranch with attached 2-car garage and 2 stall barn with electric and water. Pretty views in every direction and fencing for animals and lots of additional open land plus 26 common acres with a pond and hiking trails. Gravel town road close by provides easy access for riding. Bus to Barstow School, high school choice; close to Chittenden Reservoir for boating, swimming and fishing, Pittsford Rec Center and trails nearby and about half an hour to skiing at Killington and Pico.

Jean Chamberlain , Four Seasons Sotheby's International Realty

5.20 ACRES
3350 SQ FT
Unique Horse Paradise in the North Country

Peacham, Caledonia County, Vermont

Perfect peace and privacy at the end of a short town maintained road, a true nature paradise. Small stores only a few miles away, grammar school in town. Far off the beaten path, but still central to larger towns and cities. Most neighboring properties have large acreage as well, with lots of trails throughout. There is a large equipment building, approx. 70 x 25, a small old shed (in excellent repair) for small equipment and a former small sugar shack for garden tools.

Heike Bean

210.00 ACRES
3800 SQ FT
Come Home to Vermont!

Brattleboro, Windham County, Vermont

Amazing location and rare opportunity. This beautiful 21.7 acre Vermont horse farm is on the border of VT, NH and MA, across the street from the Brattleboro Country Club and 18 hole golf course (groomed for cross country skiing in the winter), surrounded by protected land, set back from the road, and landscaped for privacy but minutes from town and I-91. Love alpine skiing? Mt. Snow is 25 minutes and Stratton is 40.

Christine Lewis , Brattleboro Area Realty

21.77 ACRES
2860 SQ FT
In a word, EXQUISITE.

Winhall, Bennington County, Vermont

Own the most breathtaking, 59-acre equestrian property. The property offers direct access to the VAST trails. The barns boast a total of 9 full-sized stalls. They include a tack room, a separate saddle room, and a tool shed with grain bins. The stunning main house (4 bedrooms, 3 baths) features an expansive chef’s kitchen with floor to ceiling windows offering views of Stratton Mountain (6 miles away by road). A serene screened-in porch and courtyard provide a corner of tranquility. Entertaining is a dream with a 24’ x 33’ living/dining room built to accommodate many guests. Attached to the porch is a spacious 1 bedroom apartment with its own entrance, living room, kitchen and bath. Additional features of this property include a detached 3 bedroom 2400 sq. ft. guest house, a 20’ x 60’ in-ground heated pool, a cabana house ready for a bar and a handy tractor shed. Your horses will be spoiled with 3 pristine grazing pastures (each with a run-in shed), 3 turn-out pastures, a dressage ring and a jumping field – all surrounded by bucolic mountain scenery.

Carrie Mathews , William Raveis Winhall Real Estate

59.00 ACRES
4800 SQ FT

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