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"Lisa did a great job of marketing the property."

We thought Bruce Cote did an amazing job. We were well informed, but never overwhelmed.  

 Extremely satisfied with Robbi and her knowledge, flexibility, and patience. Highly competent agent who we would recommend to anyone.

  I HAVE SOME GREAT TIME WORKING with Mandi Michetti, She is good with her job and always on top of things....Thanks Mandi. Keep up the good work and sending more buyers to you !!!!   

"I choose Mike as my broker because he has a great reputation and is a trusted friend. He handled the transaction very professionally and quickly."

Dahan is an excellent agent, very honest, helpful, knowledgeable and all around AWESOME!!! I would recommend him to anyone. I am very pleased to have had him for my agent. He went above and beyond his job title to help me out with [...]

Lynn Jackson and Susan Burdick listed our house and had it under contract two months later. They worked hard and made us feel like we were their top priority. So thankful that they were able to help us negotiate the sale of our home [...]

We would highly recommend Lori Holt to anyone interested in selling or buying a property in the Central Vermont area. She is knowledgeable, supportive, responsive to all questions and concerns and extremely honest i [...]

Bruce traveled many back roads in VT to find our dream home. He patiently and respectfully answered all questions asked . He understood what we were looking for in a home and did his best to help us find it. We feel he went over and [...]

Bruce Cote offered sound advise for the market and was always professional in our interactions. His guidance was critical to the quick sale of my house and I would highly recommend him to anyone looking to buy or sale a house. Bruce was available anytime I needed him, especially after we had the house under contract. I would easily recommend him and the rest of the team at Century 21 Jack Associates.

Very easy to talk to. Is knowledgable about the area. Great negotiator.

"Lori Pinard is the best...I think this make transaction #3 for us with Lori. Always on top of her game."

My husband and I tried selling our home on our own, showed it a lot but no buyers. It turns out we wouldn't had been able to do it without Sonia Krajicek because of the challenges we had with prime lenders, permits, counter offers and other obstacles. I'm sure Sonia will not forget.  

I was impressed with the marketing material Lynn and Susan developed and their continuous featuring the property in the free press.  

Lynn

We very much enjoyed working with Sue Burdick, she is a very good realtor!!”

Bruce Cote was very helpful and I believe he is the reason for my fast sale.   

Filomena was amazing! She helped us find a great affordable place right here in Waterbury. Our process was difficult with a 203k loan but she was encouraging and positive the entire time. I am amazed at how much knowledge Filomene had [...]

Filomena, was such a pleasure to work with during this important time in our lives. I would recommend her to everyone and anyone who is in need of a reliable realtor.  

"I have bought many investment properties with Chuck's help over the years. He is very enjoyable to work with on a personal level, and very accomplished on the professional level. His father was in the business before him, and he is from the Burlington area originally, so his knowledge of the area and of the business is tremendous. He is definitely the best investment property broker in the area, but he does single family as well. I [...]

  Lisa Meyer was great to work with; I found her to be professional and knowledgable in all the areas I had expected an agent to be. Most importantly, she was active through every step of the process and kept me informed and on track.

Martha was very diligent and definately was on my team throughout the whole process. She answered any questions that were posed and worked to get me the best possible price, as well as making sure any issues were dealt with. She is an asset to your company!

Lori called me after I left a message at her office back in february. After our conversation I decided she was the one to help with the sale of my Aunts house who had just pasted away. The house was in East Montpelier, Vt. I live in [...]

Joanie was great to work with and very persistent when we had to get things done with other parties. My wife and I would highly recommend Joanie and look forward to purchasing another property in the future.

Filomena is a true professional and was extremely easy to work with. She is well connected in the area and she did a great job of showing us different areas and different styles until we found exactly what we [...]

This was all new to me and she was very patient and listened to what I wanted and she was always available to take my calls.  

Having Patty Madsen as my realtor was a blessing. She provides exceptional customer service, Patty was able to combine my families needs and wants find us a home that makes us all happy. I have and will continue to recommend Patty to [...]

I served as the Power of Attorney for my mother who is Executor of our Family Trust account, so this sale was a bit more complicated than previous real estate transactions I have experienced. I was glad that I had

Loved her!!! Sonia knew I was looking for something unique and made sure that we balanced budget with the wishlist I had for my first house. She was so patient in walking me through all the details of the process,

We found Sue Burdick to be a very competent and professional agent for Century 21 Jack Associates. She was able to respond and answer our questions in a efficient and timely manner. A very, very helpful and

Mark, Thank you for all of your help and assistance with our home purchase. I strongly believe that we would still be looking had it not for you. You more than met our expectations and your means of due [...]

"Lisa Meyer  is extremely professional, her communication with us and seller's realtor was clear and concise, she kept in contact with us regularly, and she is very knowledgable about all aspects of home buying. We were buying this property "remotely" but she very kindly offered her time to help set up appointments with different inspectors, and poked the seller when needed to keep the process moving. It made us feel [...]

Sonia - you made our home buying process very seamless and enjoyable. Thanks so much for your flexibility and knowledge.

Great support with a sincere recommend  

“Being a first time home buyer can be confusing but Jess was great at explaining things and keeping in touch.´    

 “Fran was great!” 

Lori

"Martha was wonderful for everything. She kept in touch about showings, offers, other things that came on the market that might be competition, as well as anything else she thought was pertinent towards the sale of our property. She is an excellent agent.”

Warren Palm has been doing this for a long time, and it shows. He works long hours, is accessible, and is very understanding of clients' needs. The process is very complicated, with a lot of paperwork and regulatory

My home buying process started last year. The realtor I was using was unavailable to show me a home I wanted to look at. Century 21 was the listing company on the house, and Armand came over to show it to

Vermont Counties and Information

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Orleans County

Orleans County is one of the four northernmost counties in Vermont . It has the largest area of the three counties comprising the Northeast Kingdom and lies between the eastern and western ranges of the Green Mountains .

The highest point in the county is Jay Peak and the lowest is the surface of Lake Memphremagog

The county is mainly drained by four river systems: the Barton , the Black , the Clyde and the Missisquoi River and contains more ponds than any other county in the state. It also contains three state forests: Hazen's Notch, Jay, and Willoughby

Many of the county's retail shops are concentrated both in downtown Newport and along the Newport-Derby Road (( U.S. Route 5 and Vermont Route 105 ), one of the two state-maintained roads connecting Newport city to Interstate 91. The villages of Barton and Orleans also have a smaller concentration of stores. The county is tied for first place in Vermont with the highest percentage of second home ownership




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Washington County

Washington County is located in the center of Vermont and is home to Montpelier, Vermont's capital city. The Central Vermont region's 23 towns vary dramatically in size and type and so do the schools they have created to serve their young people. Central Vermont's elementary schools are mostly small rural facilities serving a single town. Most high schools are larger and serve multi-town districts. A number of institutions of higher learning are located here including:

Central Vermont is rich in culture and heritage and boasts numerous museums, historical buildings, galleries, festivals and celebrations. Central Vermont is featured as a Historic Travel Itinerary at the national Register of Historical Places, the sixth area in the nation to be recognized in this way. If you want home grown vegetables and homemade crafts; like new or used items and antiques at bargain prices, you need to check out the area's unique Farmers' Markets which are open from mid-May through October.

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Franklin County

Located in the northwest corner of the state, Franklin County is bounded on the west by Lake Champlain. The Missisquoi River passes through the northern part of the county and the Lamoille River flows through its most southern section. There are over 47,500 residents in this rural based community.

Franklin County's education system consists of four supervisory unions with fifteen K-Middle schools and five high schools. Those communities without high schools can send their children to the school of their choice. There are two technical centers in the county: Northwest Technical Center in St. Albans, and the Cold Hollow Career Center in Enosburg.

Franklin County is served by the Northwestern Medical Center in St. Albans. Due to a pair of renovation and expansion projects in the early 1990's, this private, not-for-profit, community hospital now operates out of the second youngest hospital facility in Vermont. Northwestern Medical Center maintains close ties to Fletcher Allen Health Care in Burlington, Vermont.

Towns: Bakersfield, Berkshire, Enosburg, Fairfax, Fairfield, Fletcher, Franklin, Georgia, Highgate, Montgomery, Richford, Sheldon, St. Albans and Swanton.


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Chittenden County

Chittenden County, located in the northwestern part of Vermont, borders Lake Champlain and is home to the state's most populous city, Burlington.  The area has been cited in several publications in recent years as one of the best places to live in the country.

Chittenden County attracts a diverse crowd, thanks to its diverse amenities: A vibrant arts and entertainment scene, close proximity to the mountains and the Lake, respected higher education institutions, many of the states top employers, and the opportunity to live in a country or city setting while having the benefits of both within easy reach.

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Addison County

Addison County, Vermont

Addison County emulates what Vermont is all about! Located in the Champlain Valley and extending into the Green Mountains, Addison County offers her residents a variety of landscapes and activities! Because of the proximity to Lake Champlain, this part of the state was settled in the early 18th century and many of the grand architecture of the period still dots the cities, towns and villages. The combination of these historic buildings and the green majestic surroundings offer a blend that is rarely found elsewhere.

As Addison County sits on the central western border of the state, its proximity to larger metropolitan areas is ideal. Combine that with the changing seasons, fertile fields and activity-filled mountains, Addison County residents have it all. When you live in this rural yet lively area, you realize just how much is offered around you.

Vermont Lakeside Living

Lake Champlain Living Addison County boasts some of the best shoreline of Lake Champlain! And on that shore we have the prestigious Basin Harbor Club and Resort with its 18-hole golf course as well as the Lake Champlain Maritime Museum, a hands-on, interactive hot spot for the young and old. The lake provides much recreation and activity to residents and visitors alike.

The county also has one of the leading private higher educational institutions in the nation, Middlebury College. This private liberal arts school attracts people worldwide. The campus is located in Middlebury, Addison County.s largest town and the county seat. Diversity is evident and provides a well-rounded multicultural atmosphere.

Rural Vermont Living 

Rural Vermont LivingIf one prefers to reside in a more rural setting than our villages, towns and cities provide, there are plenty of places in the Green Mountains to nestle in. You will find that even then, getting to .civilization. is still only minutes, not hours away. These mountains are filled with clean rivers, aromatic evergreens and views all the way to the Adirondack Mountains of New York! You will find yourself near major ski areas, both downhill and cross-country, as well as hiking trails that will take you the entire length of the country!

Take a deep breath and open your eyes wide. You will find yourself smelling some of the cleanest air and looking at some of the most majestic views New England and Vermont have to offer! Whether you choose to live in the valley or in the mountains, both offer their own benefits. Addison County is a great place to reconnect with nature, grow your own vegetables, gather your own farm fresh eggs while at the same time experiencing cultural arts and entertainment.

Addison County offers:

Vibrant Downtowns, Opera House, Town Theatre, Performing Arts Center, Museums, Hospital, Robert Frost Interpretive Trail, Indoor Skating Arenas, Fitness Centers, Movie Theater, Festivals, Parades, Locally-Owned Shops, Chain Stores, Breweries, Wineries, Fine Restaurants, and much more!

Location, location, location, that's what Addison County is about. For easy living and easy access to the big cities, choose Addison County as your next home. We welcome you!

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Vermont Schools

Working under the authority of the State Board of Education, the Vermont Department of Education is committed to helping students, educators, and public schools meet Vermont's high standards.

You may visit their website at http://www.education.vermont.gov/.

For complete information on Vermont’s educational resources including colleges, organizations and libraries, visit http://www.state.vt.us/educ.htm.

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Vermont Recreation

From the sparkling waters of Lake Champlain to the peaks of the Green Mountains, Vermont is a state with endless opportunities for family fun, recreation, education and individual achievements.

Vermont is famous for its outdoor activities like skiing, snowmobiling, skating, hiking, swimming, golf, biking, fishing and hunting and it’s indoor fun at sporting events, museums, art galleries, shops, restaurants, and theatres.

Farmer’s markets are held outdoors in the summer and at auditoriums off season. We are known for our festivals and special events. For more information on what to do in Vermont click here or visit the Vermont state travel site.

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Vermont Government

Vermont was the first state admitted to the Union after the ratification of the Constitution. With a population of fewer than nine thousand people, Montpelier, Vermont is the smallest state capital in the United States. Vermont has fourteen counties, that together contain 255 political units, including 237 towns, 9 cities, 5 unincorporated areas, and 4 gores.

To learn more, visit the official website of the State of Vermont.

 

Vermont's 14 Counties

  • Addison
  • Bennington
  • Caledonia
  • Chittenden
  • Essex
  • Franklin
  • Grand Isle
  • Lamoille
  • Orange
  • Orleans
  • Rutland
  • Washington
  • Windham
  • Windsor

 

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Vermont Information

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  • Vermont Government

    Vermont was the first state admitted to the Union after the ratification of the Constitution. Read More
     
  • Vermont Recreation

    From the sparkling waters of Lake Champlain to the peaks of the Green Mountains, Vermont is a state with endless opportunities for family fun, recreation, education and individual achievements. Read More
     
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  • Vermont Schools

    Working under the authority of the State Board of Education, the Vermont Department of Education is committed to helping students, educators, and public schools meet Vermont's high standards. Read More
     
  • Relocation Packet

    Contact any of our agents, or call Nicole Russell, for assistance moving in or out of Vermont. We can also help you move anywhere in the World, with CENTURY 21's Global Referral Network. Read More
     
  • Addison County

    Addison County emulates what Vermont is all about! Located in the Champlain Valley and extending into the Green Mountains, Addison County offers her residents a variety of landscapes and activities! Learn More
     

  • Washington County

    Washington County is located in the center of Vermont and is home to Montpelier, Vermont's capital city. Learn More
     
  • Chittenden County

    Chittenden County, located in the northwestern part of Vermont, borders Lake Champlain and is home to the state's most populous city, Burlington. Learn More
     
  • Franklin County

    Located in the northwest corner of the state, Franklin County is bounded on the west by Lake Champlain. Learn More

 

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