With more shoreline than any other part of Vermont, the Lake Champlain Islands region is a unique and beautiful place. The Islands, boasting small-town rural charm and breathtaking scenery, are also located conveniently close to the lively cities of Montreal, Quebec and Burlington, Vermont. Its incomparable state parks and countless outdoor activities make the Champlain Islands region a wonderful place for families.
Many of the same families have come to Vermont's Lake Champlain Islands for summer vacations for years. We believe that a year-round home in the Champlain Islands is more than just real estate, it’s a destination that will keep your family coming together for generations. Indeed, the history of these Islands reaches centuries back. There is a story down every winding dirt road on the Islands, and if you stop to ask folks walking along, they're happy to tell you a couple of them.
Affectionately dubbed "Vermont's West Coast", the Islands region includes real estate in both Grand Isle and Franklin Counties. Vibrant Vermont towns in the area such as South Hero, Grand Isle, North Hero, Isle La Motte, Alburgh, Swanton, Highgate, Georgia, Milton, and Colchester are all fantastic places to settle down.
Multiple state parks dot the landscape and provide countless camping and water-sport opportunities. Fish year-round as well! The famous Royal Lipizzan Stallions spend their summers in North Hero and visiting St. Anne's Shrine on the Isle La Motte is always a treat. Explore New England's oldest log cabin and sample local cheeses, chocolates, wines, ciders, and pies. A little further afield, Burlington, Montreal, and Quebec are prime destinations as well.
It's not just Vermont Real Estate, it's a sense of place. We want you to find yours in this rich, beautiful landscape of close-knit communities, history, and countless places to explore. Let Coldwell Banker Islands Realty help you find the perfect home in the Lake Champlain Islands. Browse our recommended searches or use our advanced tool to customize your search.