For Sale-Buildable Land in Williston Vermont!

0 South Rd, Williston VT

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Build your custom home on this conveniently located, fairly level land with gorgeous views of Mt Mansfield and the Green Mountains! Easy access to I-89, 5 minutes to shopping in Williston and 15 minutes to downtown Burlington. Possible to subdivide into 3 lots! State waste water permit for 4 bedroom home. Build permit for single family home easily available.

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17 Chrisemily Lane, Milton VT

This spacious cape is only 15 minutes to Burlington or St. Albans and only 1/2 mile from groceries, gym, restaurants, hardware store, veterinarian, parks and hiking trails. The thoughtful floor plan includes ceramic tiled mudroom leading to a huge living room with gleaming hickory flooring lots of windows, a bright first-floor bedroom with large walk-in closet and private full bathroom access, double staircases and abundant storage space. The stylish eat-in kitchen includes a large pantry, double sink and sliding glass doors to the backyard. Here you’ll entertain friends and family with a private sun deck, 8’x8’ 6-person spa, 3yo 29’ above ground pool and mature perennial beds. The airy 2nd floor master suite features vaulted ceilings and glass patio doors to a Juliet balcony for morning coffee. Connected is a spacious dressing room, full bath, large hallway closet and guest bedroom. Basement features 3 finished rooms, laundry room & vast storage in deep crawl space under addition. Call 802.863.9100 to find out how you can get in to view.

UPDATE: Now on the Market. See all listing details HERE


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Chittenden County VT: 2014 Real Estate Wrap-up


Mike Conroy: Broker/Founder

2014 final thoughts…

“How you see your future is much more important than what has happened in the past.”- Zig Ziglar.

And here we are with one month of the New Year almost behind us and time to look ahead. Our January Real Estate newsletter highlights stats from the year gone by, not so we can dwell on last year’s results but rather so we can use them as a guide to what’s next.

I’ve always liked to look at what’s ahead – I’m an optimist at this time of the year and usually see a future with loads of promise. This year is no exception. Let’s start the year with a few of my predictions for 2015 in Vermont real estate:

  • Interest rates will stay essentially the same – very close to 4%.
  • The new FHA and PMI banking rules will help more first time buyers – buy!
  • The collective sigh of relief about IBM and Global Foundries – will continue- and bring many buyers and sellers back that were waiting for last year’s announcement.
  • Multiple offers will become more commonplace up to the $300’s.
  • Pricing will creep up, a little – say 3%.
  • Rental property will stay hot!

In our local daily paper, there’s a columnist that frequently sees some doom and gloom in Vermont’s economic statistics – I like him and his charts and graphs though as it’s always thought provoking. My take for the upcoming year – if you’re thinking of making a real estate move – this year will be a very good time to do it!

And if we can offer guidance expertise along the way – we’ll look forward to it!

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Click HERE to see the NVBR 2014 Year-End Market Statistics

Click for 2014 monthly break down by town 

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And the color of the year goes to…


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Each year color experts careful curate a hue that will emerge as the next design leader in film, art, and textiles. The chosen shade is a reflection on our culture’s aspirations and the general mood of our society. This year Pantone has named Marsala the color of 2015. This red-brown shade indicates that collectively we are feeling sated. Subtle and grounding, with a dash of earthy sophistication Marsala is a color that Vermonters can relate to.

The gourmet roots of the color’s namesake make it an impeccable choice for kitchens and dining rooms. Accessories in this color will adding a hint of richness to any interior. Textile options in this shade will be sophisticated and understated, complex without being overwhelming.



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Notes from the south end Kitchen


Many companies host a  holiday gathering in the spirit of the  season. Thus far in my career I’ve attended quite a few perfectly pleasant events,  but I cannot remember one as unique or special , as this year’s Conroy and Company team event at Burlington’s south end Kitchen.  Fun, festive and delicious don’t even begin to describe the evening. Life altering and paradigm shifting  perhaps come closer. Chef Sarah blew my mind and forever changed my perspective on wine and food pairings. Chef made a delightful host as she  educated us on wine and food combinations that rocked our worlds.  Here are a few pix of the evening to enjoy. If they make you hungry, you may want to scoot over to south end Kitchen to enjoy something from their menu. Or, checkout the regular line up of events. Of course you can always have and extraordinary tailored to you and your guests by choosing to host a private event.