Blog :: 11-2011

Beautifully restored farmhouse on 11.47 Acres with breathtaking views of Lake Champlain and the Adirondacks. Original woodwork throughout and a

combination of Birch, Maple, Spruce and Pine floors all like new. Large Master bedroom with full bath, sitting/exercise room and huge walk in closet.

$2,450,000 1046 Ethan Allen Highway, Charlotte, VT  05445

 

House now sits on a new foundation after being moved and has been built to accommodate additional finished space in the walkout lower level. Full walk-up attic also allows for further development. The kitchen boasts granite counter tops and custom cabinetry along with the old Hoosier style cabinet and large walk in pantry. 15x25 Mahogany deck overlooks the pond and a backdrop of Lake and mountain views. The 40x120 foot barn has been substantially renovated and sits on a brand new foundation. CLA for details on uses and approvals. Barn siding on east & west sides will be replaced!

Century 21 Jack Associates Welcomes Jessica Laffal

Century 21 Jack Associates is proud to announce that Jessica Petraska Laffal has joined our Burlington office. 
 

Jessica is a native to Vermont and a graduate of the University of Vermont. She has ten years professional experience in the real estate industry, primarily in Chittenden County. She has a dynamic background in marketing and advertising, and experience in real estate development in urban, village and resort settings.

In addition to professional experience in real estate, Jessica brings over ten years personal experience investing in multi-family property in Burlington.

Outside of the office, Jessica enjoys travel, winter sports and summer lake activities. She resides in Burlington with her family.  If you'd like to talk to Jessica about real estate call her at 802.233.5263 or email her at JessLaffal@c21jack.com

REALTORŪ Relief Fund Provides Help for Vermonters Affected by Hurricane Irene

The Vermont Association of REALTORS® has partnered with the National Association of REALTORS® RRF to provide disaster housing assistance to those affected by Irene.

The Vermont Association of Realtors has provided more than $20,000 in relief funds to victims of Irene, and has processed an additional $30,000 in grant applications.

Relief assistance is available to qualified applicants and must be used toward mortgage payments for the applicant's primary residence or for rental costs for temporary shelter. Relief assistance is limited to a maximum of $1,500 and is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Click here to download a grant application. The application deadline for funding is Nov. 30, 2011.