The Town of Charlotte Vermont was chartered in 1762 and is situated in the fertile Champlain Valley with a series of hills and ridges overlooking Lake Champlain. Charlotte prides itself on a large network of working farms and forests, sugar bushes, orchards, dairies, berry farms, a winery, market gardens, livestock operations, honey houses, grain and community supported agriculture. (View Map)
Real estate in Charlotte Vermont is appealing to many Vermonters because of the natural beauty and proximity to Lake Champlain. Charlotte is also known for its vast scenic landscapes, community trails, Charlotte Park and Wildlife Refuge, and the famous Mt. Philo State Park — all halfway between Middlebury and Burlington, Vermont.
The town, with its 3500 residents, is home to the small and growing villages of East and West Charlotte with corner stores, library, Grange, and senior center. The Charlotte Central School is a public Pre-K through 8th grade school, located on Hinesburg Road.