Middlebury, Vermont

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Young Professionals/College Students

If you're a young professional or college kiddo looking for a place to live in Middlebury then start your search Downtown. The college is smack dab in the middle of the neighborhood so you get a mix of college students and young professionals filling the available apartments and condos.

The architecture is beautiful 19th century brick buildings surrounded by tree-lined streets so expect to feel the historic vibe on a daily basis. Downtown is the center for boutique shops, restaurants, and cafes are so you won't need a car to go out and play, day or night. This is also where the city's culture happens, including the Henry Sheldon Museum of Vermont History, the Town Hall Theater and the speakers and events the school offers to the public.

  • Downtown

East Middlebury


East Middlebury is an amazing neighborhood/village for families. It's pretty much a postcard for quaint, charming small-town life. There are several cool restaurants, a general store, a post office, a library and best of all, the Otter Creek running through the center of town. It's also home to East Middlebury Congregational Church, which was built in 1824 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

The village is surrounded by beautiful countryside, with rolling hills and fields of crops and livestock. It's near the Green Mountains and outdoor fanatics lover it for hiking, biking, and skiing.

Finally, the public schools in the area are excellent so families get the education and the outdoors.

  • East Middlebury