Montpelier VT Real Estate
Montpelier Vermont Homes, Land and General Information
Montpelier is the most sought after market in Washington County VT. Properties hold their value well. Montpelier is a small city with a big personality. Homes range from one bedroom condos and too large executive homes with large yards.
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About Montpelier City
Located on the Winooski River on the main pass through the Green Mountains, Montpelier is the capital of Vermont and a part of the Barre metropolitan area. Barre and Montpelier are called the Twin Cities as the two make up the Barre metro area. The city is also the county seat for Washington County. The city is proud to be the nation's smallest capital city with a population of 8,100 residents.
The city is a safe place to live; you will feel like you have stepped back in time to place that reminds you of what America is all about. America's smallest Capital city is a great place to live the Vermont lifestyle.
Recreation in Montpelier VT
Across the city's four parks, all sorts of facilities are provided and many events are held for residents each year. The 185-acre Hubbard Park includes seven miles of hiking and skiing trails, numerous picnic areas, a ball field, a pond, a sledding hill and a 54-foot observation tower. North Branch Park includes a river, shore land, nationally registered wetlands, unusual geological features, streams and more. The park covers 193 acres and provides a diverse wildlife for observation. The city also provides residents with program guides so they are always up-to-date about the city's ongoings and entertainment offerings. For youth, there are nine weeks of Summer Day Camps each year. The Montpelier Recreation Department also provides activities for residents of all ages. The department also provides discount tickets to local amusement parks. Theatre goers will enjoy theater in the round at Lost Nation Theater in City Hall.
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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