Living in Vermont

Living in Vermont

City when you want it. Nature when you don’t.

The Georgia, Vermont facility is located in the northwestern part of Vermont, with an abundance of nature, wildlife, parks, lakes, hiking and skiing.  People flock to our state to ski, hunt, fish, hike, kayak and enjoy the outdoors. We are about 35 minutes from the Canadian Border, and about 90 minutes from French-influenced Montreal, QC, Canada.

Living options are plentiful; dependent on your lifestyle, all nestled among mountainous Vermont. For a metropolitan experience, Burlington offers festivals, dining, shopping, music, art galleries, wineries, breweries and more along the shores of Lake Champlain. Burlington is approximately 25 minutes from our Georgia, VT facility and the largest city in the area with a population of about 42,500.

Another option is St. Albans, VT, “The Maple Syrup Capital of the World,” which is approximately 15 minutes away, with a population of around 7,000. Other very livable local towns include Georgia, Milton and Colchester.

There is an abundance of education options in the area, including public and private schools, colleges and universities.

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