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Editor’s Note: Real estate records continue to be broken in Killington as low inventory has kept real estate prices sky high. 

November 22, 2023
  Trailside Drive in Killington has turned out to be a popular place for homebuyers, given the proximity to the ski trails and the opportunity to ski in/ski out — a type of real estate that’s rare in Killington. Multiple homes on Trailside Drive in Killington have sold for over $2 million and one, listed…

Tips for designing a low-maintenance garden

May 10, 2023
By Melinda Myers  Don’t let your spring garden enthusiasm lead to overplanting and the creation of a summer gardening nightmare.  A design with maintenance in mind and some strategic care can help reduce the time you spend managing your gardens and landscape. Consider using fewer plant species when designing perennial flowerbeds. Increase the number of…

How to plan for home renovation

May 10, 2023
  Home renovation projects are significant undertakings. It is common for homeowners who may not have the time nor the expertise to do the work themselves to call in professionals to tackle these jobs.  According to the home improvement resource, for a bathroom remodel — one of the more popular improvement projects — installation…

Vermont once again tops list of moving destinations in 2022

May 10, 2023
Retiring Baby Boomers and early Gen Xers drove American migration patterns as Eastern states saw highest inbound moves Vermont is No. 1 on the list of Top Moving Destinations of 2022 according to the 2022 National Movers Study released earlier this year by United Van Lines, the nation’s largest household goods mover. In 2022, more residents…

Killington Valley Real Estate expands  

May 10, 2023
  By Karen D. Lorentz Bret Williamson has recently expanded the Killington Valley Real Estate team of agents with the addition of Cathy Qualgia and Gary Thompson, two longtime Killington area brokers.  “They were my peers when I began working as a broker at KVRE in 2004,” Williamson said, noting their considerable experience and knowledge.…

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Hopes for Act 250 reform wane

May 10, 2023
By Lola Duffort/VTDigger The session’s omnibus housing bill advanced again on Thursday, April 13, with Act 250 provisions untouched, and those beating the drum of state-level deregulation are beginning to lose hope that they will win any concessions this year. On an 8-4 vote, the House Committee on General and Housing advanced S.100 with few changes, save for…

New ski in, ski off development awaits permit approval for Killington

May 10, 2023
Staff report A new homeowners ‘association could be coming to Killington. An Act 250 permit for the project, submitted by Moon Dance LLC, has been under review since last August to subdivide a 257-acre parcel into 25 lots off of Falls Brook Road in Killington. A permit was granted in March pending approval from the…

Killington real estate continues to break records for high-end homes

May 10, 2023
Ski-on, ski-off mountain retreats selling for millions, multiple offers in days, sight unseen By Karen D. Lorentz and Polly Mikula The most expensive house in Killington sold on March 28, for $3.475 million after multiple offers, marking the first single-family home in Killington to sell for more than $3 million. But it won’t be the only…

Vermont house prices have had the third highest increase in U.S. — up 16.9%

May 10, 2023
  A new study by Santa Monica realtors released Jan. 19, revealed the states where house prices rose the most over the past year. It should come as no surprise to anyone in Vermont that they have risen at a rapid pace since the beginning of the pandemic. A new study based on 2022 home values…

Carving a life out of Killington

May 10, 2023
Staff report For Will and Alexandra Chou, Killington mountain is their backyard. “Walking the dog is going for an amazing hike in the woods,” Will said. The couple from New Jersey bought a ski-in, ski-out property at Sunrise Mountain Village in Killington in April — a rare find for the area. The Chous are making…

The state of real estate

May 10, 2023
Killington real estate activity slows, but prices break records By Katy Savage Real estate agents are seeing the lowest housing inventory in memory as homes sell for record prices. Heidi Bomengen, the owner of  Prestige Real Estate, said she’s never seen such low inventory. “Never before, since tracking these data, have there been fewer sales,”…

Mission Farm unveils plans for Odeon

May 10, 2023
Small amphitheater in Killington is part of a master plan to better connect, engage with community and nature By Polly Mikula Mission Farm in Killington is situated on four acres of open land with an orchard. Behind it 176 acres of forest rises up the mountainside and the Ottauquechee River flows in front separating the…

2022 Fall/Winter Real Estate Guide

November 24, 2022
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Reflections From A Heroic Construction Crew Worker

November 23, 2022
Ashley Handlin went to college to be a graphic designer but three years ago she decided she’d rather work with her hands. “I don’t want to be behind a desk,” she said. Handlin, 33, of Chittenden, is one of a few female workers on a 150-person crew building the new K-1 Lodge. She was hired for the project…

Town of Killington spurs growth with municipal infrastructure

November 23, 2022
By Polly Mikula “Killington Forward” is a comprehensive plan designed to provide clean water, road improvements, workforce and affordable housing — and development of the Six Peak Village at the base of the resort. All worthy priorities, but it’s a heavy lift for the towns 1,400 residents. Private-public partnerships have made it possible. Specifically, the state…

New K-1 Base Lodge to debut at World Cup

November 23, 2022
By Katy Savage This year’s World Cup attendees will be among the first to see Killington’s newly completed K-1 Base Lodge. The debut of the $30+ million project on Friday, Nov. 25, has been three years in the making. The major investment was announced in 2018 and Phase 1 got underway July 16, 2019,  but…

The state of real estate

November 23, 2022
Real estate market slows due to lack of inventory By Katy Savage After a frenzy of home buying throughout the pandemic, the housing inventory in Killington (and surrounding communities and across the U.S.) is the lowest local real estate agents have seen, which has brought a halt to the frenzy of real estate activity. There…

Short-term rental market spurs new business, jobs

November 23, 2022
Killington Mountain Homes offers full service for high end rentals in Killington By Polly Mikula From tech entrepreneur to rental management and concierge services, Holly George is familiar with innovation. After selling the tech company she built from scratch, George bought the former Boutique gift shop at 2025 Route 4 in Killington. The building had…

Inside active senior living

April 6, 2022
Housing needs may change as adults grow older and their children move out. Adults nearing retirement may want to reduce their cost of living and could find a big house is more than they need at this stage in life.  According to the financial management resource The Motley Fool, in 2019 48% of seniors planned…

Buy – Sell – Renovate – Spring 2022 Central Vermont Real Estate Guide

April 6, 2022
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