If you live in the southern areas of the U.S. you may be wondering what area of the states have the best fall atmosphere as we enter into the fall season and the summer weather comes to a close.
If you are considering making the move or buying another property, you may want to take in consideration the beautiful views and fall foliage of Burlington, Vermont. With a quiet and serene lifestyle, Burlington is the home to 42,000 plus residents. Ironically, the city is the least populous city but also the most populous city in its state.
With its idyllic setting on the banks of Lake Champlain, the city is the perfect combination of old New England Charm and nature. Exploring the city during the fall happens to be the most splendid time of year. Residents and visitors can take part in a traditional fall season by indulging in fresh apple cider from the local farmer’s market, as well as attending the Great Pumpkin Regatta and Festival.
Yes, Burlington may have the best rolling hills providing a majestic backdrop of reds, yellows, oranges, and browns but Burlington isn’t only known for it’s beautiful scenery – it’s also quite an innovative city. For example, well-known ice cream makers Jerry Greenfield & Ben Cohen got their start in Burlington. The duo originally converted an old gas station in the city and built their first shop that would later make it’s way across the country, which is now known as Ben & Jerry. Your kids will not only enjoy the famous ice cream joint, but they can customize their own teddy bears at the Vermont Teddy Bear Company. This unique concept was created by John Sortino and now over 20 years later, the company now boasts stockholders and a large market share in custom teddy bear building online and by mail.
Do yourself a favor and visit the beautiful city of Burlington and consider making the move here. With the peaceful atmosphere and beautiful shrubbery setting by Lake Champlain, you will not regret the decision to visit or move here.