Quechee, Vermont

 

 

 

Quechee is an exceptional option for any prospective homebuyer interested in the region.  Superb access via Route 4 to major interstates as well as Hanover, New Hampshire and Woodstock, Vermont places Quechee in the center of all the action, while still remaining withdrawn so its residents can relax, enjoy the peace and quiet, have fun and get away from it all.  

 

The Ottauquechee River is the central feature of the area, twisting and turning through the golf course, running along Main Street and through the small downtown center where the water launches off the large waterfall at the site of Simon Pearce and the beautiful covered bridge.  Simon Pearce, known internationally for their fine glasswork, offers glassblowing demonstrations, a renowned restaurant, and a new bar.  In addition to the restaurant at Simon Pearce, The Parker House is another great option for dining among several other restaurants in close proximity to the small town center.

 

 

Quechee is also the home to the Quechee Lakes planned community initiated in the late 1960s, which brought to the community the small Quechee Lakes Ski Area in the 1970s.  The ski area has 13 trails and 3 lifts.  Many houses in Quechee are permanently elected to the planned community Quechee Lakes Landowners Association, which along with a mandatory yearly association fee, gives residents access to the many great amenities that Quechee Lakes has to offer.  With golf, tennis, skiing, snowshoeing, fishing, lake days at Pinneo and pool days at the club, there is something for everyone within the Quechee Lakes Association.  More information about Quechee Lakes can be found by clicking here.

 

If purchasing a home already elected to and being a member of Quechee Lakes is not what you're looking for, there are many homes available that are not elected to the association.  Just ask one of our agents and they will be happy to show you what is available.