The Mill Pond real estate market is a top twenty marketplace for lake property in Vermont.
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Mill Pond is in Windsor, Vermont, right next to the New Hampshire border. For city trips, Montpelier and Concord are under 80 miles away.
The Burlington International Airport is under 115 miles away, and the Valley Regional Hospital is 10 miles away.
It's so easy to enjoy life on the water at Mill Pond! The water is 56 acres in size, offering plenty of space for lake fun.
This pond is perfect for swimming because of its clear waters, and boating, fishing, and watersports are also great possibilities here.
Common fish to this region are largemouth bass, northern pike, walleye, chain pickerel, and yellow perch.
Want to relax on the shore? The Windsor Swim Area has a white sand beach perfect for bathing in the sunshine.
Windsor is known as the “Birthplace of Vermont” as it is where the Constitution of Vermont was adopted in 1777.
The American Precision Museum features the nation’s largest collection of historical machines and tools, housed in a former armory. If you like machinery, industrial history or manufacturing history, this museum is a can’t miss.
Looking for some outdoor recreation in Windsor? Check out the John P. Larkin Country Club. This country club features a well-maintained nine-hole golf course, which is described as fun and challenging for all skill levels.
While in Montpelier, 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 is 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.
Whether you are looking to buy a family home, a full-time retirement residence, or a waterfront property, Mill Pond is an excellent choice.