Thanksgiving weekend is the official kick-off to winter in Vermont. And Mother Nature delivered to us exactly what we wanted. Snow! The first big snowstorm in Vermont opens up new ways to explore, experience and love Vermont. From high-octane adventures to slow-paced family time, a winter in Vermont is all about options.
Teresa DiNapoli listed and sold this Okemo luxury slopeside home. Teresa was able to connect the buyers and sellers in just a few days. This is Teresa’s second slopeside significant sale of the month, earlier this month she participated in the $2,250,000 sale of a Solitude home.
Another spectacular Okemo property has been successfully marketed by Teresa DiNapoli, Managing Broker of Vermont Country Properties Sotheby’s International Realty’s Okemo office.Located at 38 Black Cherry Lane, this extraordinary Solitude residence sold for $2,250,000.
For the Vermont small town purist, there is really nothing like Dorset. Steeped in history, drenched in elegance, bathed in community, this is the type of town you think of when you think of Vermont. This is just a place where people love to live, and the homes reflect this: elegant estates with rolling lawns, happy family homes waiting for memories to be made, economical second homes with the comfort and privacy to truly get away. Dorset is Vermont living the way it was meant to be.
There’s something special about holidays in Vermont. Celebrating Thanksgiving in the kitchen or Christmas by the fireplace is a goal of many who are searching for their new Vermont home. Even for those of us celebrating our fourth, fifth or twentieth holiday season in Vermont, the lustre hardly diminishes. “Vermont is everything you think about when you think about the holidays,” explains Teresa DiNapoli, the Managing Broker of our Okemo office. In many ways, what makes our Vermont holiday traditions so special is that they are, in fact, traditional.
STRATTON, VT – Murs Woods, a 160 acre mountain estate listed by Vermont Country Properties Sotheby’s International Realty, recently sold for $4.35 million. The transaction represents the highest residential real estate sale in Vermont in the last 12 months.
If you’re thinking about heading for the hills to live the Vermont dream, few people could offer greater inspiration than Leslie Fraser. She packed her bags and moved to the Mount Snow area to be a ski instructor in the 1970s, and has been writing chapters into her Vermont story ever since. Leslie was the co-founder of the Mount Snow real estate agency “A Place in Vermont” that merged with Vermont Country Properties Sotheby’s International Realty. Recently honored as the 2014 Realtor® of the Year by the Southern Vermont Board of Realtors, Leslie’s commitment to her profession and her community distinguishes as an agent.
Andy Reed, Managing Broker of our Manchester office represented the buyers in the $1.3 million sale of 641 Wind Hill Road in Manchester Center. Andy was thrilled to bring his clients, Jason and Marina, to one of the best locations in Manchester, with 10 pastoral acres and long-range views.
Jason and Marina are excited for their family to be joining the Manchester community. Jason is in the renewable energy sector, specializing in wind farms, and will be bringing his business to the Manchester area. “As a forester,” said Andy, “I admire Jason’s work in renewable energy and am excited to see clean energy sources become even more accessible in the area.”
Congratulations to Andy who takes great pride in using his expertise, resources, and global connections to perfectly unite extraordinary homes with extraordinary buyers.
In September, we set out to learn what makes Vermont special to the people who live, work, visit and play here. Each and every person at Vermont Country Properties Sotheby’s International Realty has their own reasons for falling in love with the Green Mountain State, or a unique moment when they knew they would be drawn to stay here.