Life In Vermont

 

From the sophistication of its largest city, to the natural beauty found around every bend in the road; from its family friendly atmosphere, to its unlimited recreational opportunities, Vermont offers a quality of life that is second to none.

Burlington

As one of the country's most livable small cities, Burlington offers a sophisticated arts scene and countless opportunities to enjoy concerts, galleries, restaurants or nightlife. Head outdoors and you'll find kayaking, sailing, ice skating, biking along Lake Champlain, or just hang out to watch the sunset.

Beyond Burlington

A ten-minute drive from Burlington will have you looking over green pastures that stretch all the way to the slopes of the Green Mountains.

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Burlington, VT: #1 Best Place to Raise a Family

Children's Health magazine 2009, reported on the Today Show. 

A bit farther and you enter a world of small clapboard villages that define the essence of New England. In villages like Stowe and Waitsfield, clusters of cozy inns, shops and restaurants lie at the base of world-famous ski areas. And that's just a small fraction of the outdoor adventure that awaits you in the area.

Vermont offers you the choice of living in a bustling family neighborhood, a 200 year-old farmhouse on a quiet hillside, or an urban loft that’s just steps from the action of downtown. Either way, your commute is likely to be less than it would be almost anywhere else. The area boasts many fine schools and is rated one of America's safest places to live. And major cities like Boston, New York City and Montreal are all just a short trip away.