Island Pond


7Listings$35K-$1B$4.9MTotal Value
Island Pond, Vermont

Island Pond real estate is considered a limited supply market for lake homes and lake lots in Vermont.

Island Pond homes for sale have an average list price of $160,000, with many great homes at higher and lower prices.

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    • Counties: Essex County
    About Island Pond
    Essex County, Vermont

    Located in Brighton, Vermont is Island Pond. This pond is 89 miles away from Burlington International Airport, and 68 miles away from Central Vermont Medical Center.

    Residents can shop at City Center, and grab a bite to eat at the local restaurant Kingdom Grille or Cucina di Gerardo.

    Life on the Water

    Enjoy life on the water at Island Pond! This very large pond contains boat docks, fishing piers, sand beaches, playgrounds, and camping spots.

    Popular activities here are swimming, fishing, boating, watersports, and relaxing on one of the many sandy beaches. The area is an excellent lake for sport fishing. Species include rainbow trout, walleye, perch, chain pickerel, and largemouth bass.

    The nearby scenic state park, Brighton State Park, offers camping, fishing, swimming, and hiking trails.

    Explore Montpelier

    The city of Montpelier is only an hour and a half away for residents of Island Pond.

    First, check out the Vermont State House, offering tours of the numerous, elaborate rooms and architecture. The statehouse contains murals from the Civil War.

    Next, visit Camel’s Hump for a hike through nature. This mountain is the second highest in Vermont, and considered one of the best hikes in the state, offering brilliant views.

    Lastly, visit the Vermont Historical Society Museum, featuring tours and artifacts of the American Revolution, Native Americans, and the history of Vermont.

    A Place to Call Home

    Whether you are looking for a family home, a full-time retirement home, or a vacation home, Island Pond is a great choice for a lakefront property.