Barre VT Real Estate
Looking for a home in Barre, Vermont?
It is a great time to buy! Please stop by our office at 86 North Main Street in Barre or contact us at (802) 479-3366 today for an up to date listings report.
We have been the Barre Realtor for years and our extensive knowledge of the market will help you find the perfect house to call home.
You can access the latest Barre City and Barre Town listings or you can contact us directly for more information.
About Barre City
Barre is the Granite Center of the World. It sits on the Steven's Branch of the Winooski River in Washington County. The city is almost completely surrounded by the town of Barre, which is a separate municipality. Barre is home to over 9,000 residents, making it the largest city in Washington County and the 4th-largest city and 10th-largest municipality in Vermont. The typical Barre resident is 38 years old, married, travels 18 minutes to work, and earns a family income of $42,660.
Life in Barre City
Barre provides convenient downtown shopping, many recreational opportunities, excellent schools and diverse housing options. Barre is also home to central Vermont's finest attractions, including the Barre Historic District and the Vermont Granite Museum. The City Auditorium, home to the two-time ABA champion Vermont Frost Heaves basketball team, is a multipurpose facility with a full gymnasium, locker rooms, ball courts, a kitchen, and facilities for meetings, dances, shows, auctions, craft fairs, bingo games and more. The Barre City Swimming Pool is home to a large outdoor pool and a tot pool. It is adjacent to the Rotary Park and Playground 2000, which includes picnic areas, shelter, basketball courts, tennis courts, a playground and more. Both the pool and park offer recreation lessons.
This report is designed to help you understand the pricing and sales trend activity in your market. Ultimately there are many factors which will influence the sale price of a home. As you will see, the time of year and economic factors will affect the volume and sale totals. For specific trends in your town and price-range, use the link at the bottom of the results page to have one of our agents create a personalized pricing report for your home.
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