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Fun Fall Outdoor Activities in Manchester VT

Manchester, Vermont is full of vibrant fall colors. Here are some ways to enjoy the beautiful fall scenery and the outdoors this season.Fall in Manchester VT

Mount Equinox’s Skyline Drive, the highest peak in the Taconic mountains, has some of the best autumn foliage views in the area. Enjoy beautiful panoramic sights of lakes, rivers, valleys, and surrounding mountain ranges while taking a scenic drive on this lovely mountain.

The lookout rock hiking trail on Mount Equinox offers a wonderful view of Manchester. Mount Equinox has several hiking trails ranging in difficulty and length. Prospect Rock offers a good hike for the family and has amazing views of Manchester and Mount Equinox. If you want to see one of the tallest waterfalls in Vermont, the trail at Lye Brook Falls will lead you there.

The mountains and their spectacular fall colors surround the Manchester golf courses this time of year. Popular golf courses include The Golf Club at Equinox, Manchester Country Club, and Stratton Mountain Resort. According to Golfweek, The Golf Club at Equinox is one of the best courses to play in Vermont. 

Go for a stroll on historic Main Street in Manchester Village and enjoy the crisp fall air and surrounding fall beauty. You’ll find a mix of culture, art, history, boutiques, local shops, and dining throughout the area.

 

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    5 Reasons To Own A Condo in Manchester VT

    Manchester VT condoWhether you’re looking for a seasonal home, investment property, or a permanent residence, Manchester is the ideal place to own a condo. Here are five reasons to own a condo in the captivating mountain town of Manchester. 
     

    1. You’ll have plenty of time to enjoy all the wonderful attractions in Manchester, including history, culture, art, shopping, fishing, hiking, skiing, and golfing. Condos are low maintenance, so you don’t have to worry about spending time maintaining the exterior of the property or the common areas because the association fees cover those items.
       
    2. Manchester is a popular travel destination, so you can have fun living in your condo year round or earn income from your renters. Manchester is an enchanting four-season town, so there’s something for everyone to enjoy year round whether you want to relax and admire the beautiful views of Equinox Mountain or go out on an exciting adventure.
       
    3. Condos in Manchester offer a range of wonderful amenities, from pools and hot tubs to fitness centers and clubhouses. Purchasing and maintaining some of these amenities may not be practical in a single-family home. So, you can enjoy some extra luxuries by owning a condo.
       
    4. Condos are in convenient areas, so you’ll be close to all the action, including shopping and other area attractions in Manchester. With two nearby ski resorts and beautiful backcountry trails, condos will offer easy access to these areas and more.
       
    5. You can enjoy the lifestyle you want at a more affordable price than a single-family home. Condos are less expensive than single-family homes, so you can enjoy spending your money doing the things you love to do.


    RE/MAX Four Seasons specializes in Manchester condos, so browse our condo listings and contact us today so we can help you find your perfect home.

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      Congrats to Julie Citron: Vermont's 2017 Realtor of the Year

      RE/MAX Four Seasons is excited to share the news that the Vermont Association of Realtors has chosen Julie Citron, our owner / broker, as its 2017 Realtor® of the Year!

      The award is given annually to the Vermont Realtor® who demonstrates extraordinary leadership as both a real estate professional and an active members of their community.

      On top of managing our growing business and helping find her clients buy and sell their homes, Julie is actively engaged as a member of the Manchester and Dorset communities.  Julie served as the South Central Vermont Board of Realtors® (SCVBR) first Community Outreach Chair.  Over the past several years, she has lead the SCVBR’s holiday basket and toy drives, acted as the chair of the Race for the Cure and was named the Full Plate Award recipient for her volunteer contributions.  She has also volunteered for the Maple Leaf Half Marathon, our local Habitat for Humanity Resale Store, the Dorset Players, the Dorset Parent Volunteers, and on is the Christian Education Board of the Dorset Church.

      Please join us in congratulating Julie!  

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