Moving to Vermont


Vermont is known for scenic views, outdoor recreation and healthy living, making it a wonderful place to live. Signature Properties of Vermont has compiled some Northern Vermont highlights to help you get acquainted with our area before you move in. Welcome!

Burlington, Vermont was Ranked the #1 Best Place in the U.S. to Raise a Family!


Medical Facilities

Fletcher Allen Health Care: Partnered with the University of Vermont Medical School, FAHC  serves a vast population of Vermont and Northern New York patients. Fletcher Allen is a Level I Trauma Center, provides both inpatient and outpatient care and is also home to the Vermont Children's Hospital.

North Western Medical Center: Located in Franklin County, NMC provides care for thousands of patients each year. This hospital provides full scale emergency services as well as a walk-in clinic.

Higher Education

Northern Vermont is proud to house some of the most distinguished colleges and universities in the North Eastern United States.

University of Vermont: Located in bustling downtown Burlington, UVM educates over 10,000 students annually. Providing a liberal arts education with a diverse list of concentrations, UVM is a nationally revered facility.

Champlain College: In the heart of Burlington, Champlain College offers a variety of academic programs as well as extensive on-line degrees.

Burlington College: Offering a liberal arts study programs with a focus on Fine Arts, Burlington College is committed to providing students with an individualized college experience.

Saint Michael's College: Just a short distance from Burlington, SMC is a residential, liberal arts school providing a variety of academic concentrations.


Car: Interstate-89 is a toll-free highway spanning Northwest to Southeast Vermont and New Hampshire. It connects to Interstates 91 and 93 and travels directly into Canada.

Air: Burlington International Airport is partnered with Delta, jetBlue, Porter, United and US Airways to make flying in and out of Vermont convenient.

Rail: The Vermont Rail System provides freight services as well as passenger transportation through Amtrak. These trains run conveniently throughout New England.

Bus: Greyhound offers shuttle services to and from Vermont, New York, New England and Canada. The Chittenden County Transportation Agency also provides low cost bus routes for commuters.

Ferry: The Lake Champlain Ferry connects Vermont and New York all year.