Middlebury, Bristol & Addison County
Home to Ivy League elite liberal arts Middlebury College founded in 1800 with its exceptional foreign language program and seat of a thriving economy, Middlebury and the surrounding areas are off the western slope of the Green Mountains facing New York's Adirondacks across Lake Champlain. The Middlebury area includes the Henry Sheldon Museum of Vermont History, the unforgettable Middlebury College Breadloaf Campus, its Rikert Nordic Center for cross country skiing, the Skylight Pond & Long Trails and Robert Frost Wayside Trail, and the Middlebury Snow Bowl alpine ski area. The Champlain Valley has the convenience of being an easy shot to Burlington. Search Middlebury, VT homes for sale here.
Points of interest include Otter Creek Brewing, Danforth Pewter, Vermont Folk Life Center, the UVM Morgan Horse Farm, the Lincoln Peak Vineyard, the Emma Willard Memorial, and Middlebury State Airport. Outstanding restaurants include the Storm Cafe, American Flatbread, the Swift House Restaurant, the Otter Creek Bakery, the Two Brothers Tavern, Fire & Ice, Morgan's Tavern & Tourterelle.
Bristol offers so much intimacy at the foot of the Green Mountains, a bridge between the Mad River Valley and Middlebury with a population of just under 4,000. Otter Creek tributary, the New Haven River, flows out of the mountains through the town center. Main thoroughfares include Routes 17 and 116. Search Bristol, VT real estate here.
Bristol restaurants to catch are the Bobcat Cafe, the Inn at Baldwin Creek & Mary's, the Bristol Bakery & Cafe, Cubber's Restaurant Wokky's Chinese. See the Bartlett Falls, Bartlett Falls, Cool Yule, the Harvest Festival, Halloween Hustle, Fourth of July Celebration, Lord's Prayer Rock, Maple Magic & the Holley Hall Theater Productions, the Pocock Rocks Music Festival and Street Fair, and the amazing Rocky Dale Gardens.
To buy or sell property in the Middlebury, Bristol, Addison County, or anywhere in Vermont, contact Maple Sweet Real Estate.