Living in Jericho and the Chittenden East School District
Many of us have purposely move to the Chittenden East School District for the quiet ambience of Vermont’s rural settings. We prefer country living to the busier, hustle-bustle of in-town living, and we are attracted to smaller schools and a slightly slower lifestyle pace.
A View to Live With
So, okay, how about living on 55 acres, with a view of the Adirondacks? This 2,900-square-foot Jericho house is nestled in the woods, with a meadow around the house and below it on the lower 30 acres.
Could you live on that? This property offers what most people think Vermont is all about: beauty, land, and privacy, yet it is only minutes to the Interstate. The long driveway is almost a mile off the paved town road, but it is not so different from many of our private roads throughout the towns of Jericho, Underhill, and Cambridge, where peace and quiet is a commodity many seek. In addition, it is only four miles to Exit 12 of I-89 at Richmond, Vermont.
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This property was originally a 170+ acre parcel, and the current owner has gone through the town of Jericho’s subdivison process to create three unique and large parcels: 55+ acres, 60+ and 60+. All will share in the maintenance of the driveway and all will enjoy the uniqueness of large parcels of land with good proximity to Burlington, Waterbury, Richmond, Montpelier, and I-89, which will take you most places in Vermont.
So, this is why we live here!
For a tour of this Jericho home and any of my other listings, please contact me!