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What To Know About Quechee, Vermont

The hamlet of Quechee, Vermont was settled in the 1760s and is one of five un-incorporated villages in the larger town of Hartford, Vermont. It is home to the Quechee Lakes planned community, established in the late 1960s, and the beloved Quechee Lakes Ski Area.

The Quechee Lakes Landowners Association (QLLA) was the first of its size to come under the jurisdiction of Vermont's Land Use Act 250 Law. As such, the community is well planned with great attention to its natural surroundings which include the Ottauquechee River Valley, its hillsides, open meadows, and woodland. Today, the Quechee Lakes Resort is one of New England's finest for seasonal and year-round owners.

Sited on the Ottauquechee River, Quechee Gorge, known as "Vermont's Little Grand Canyon",  is one of New England's most popular natural wonders. Trails from the Visitor's Center weave throughout the area and the Quechee Gorge State Park. A true destination site, over 200,000 annual visitors come for the views, to check out the nearby Vermont Institute of Natural Science, to fish and canoe the river, hike the trails in summer and fall, and cross country ski and snowshoe in the winter. Quechee is also known for its picturesque covered bridge and as the home of Simon Pearce Glassblowing.

Equidistant from Hanover, NH and Woodstock, VT, and graced with every conceivable recreational and lifestyle amenity, Quechee offers a unique gateway to Vermont adventure. Real estate opportunities in Quechee include homes, condos and land for sale, both in the QLLA development and outside of it. Higgerson & Co. is now representing an exciting new opportunity for homebuyers, Mountain Stream at Quechee Lakes. Select Our Exclusive Listings to view current availability or the Property Search tab to explore real estate in Quechee, VT and find current homes for sale.

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