Appletree Point is a Great Neighborhood in Burlington VT (Real Estate)
January 25th, 2010
No other neighborhood in Burlington Vermont can boast about the infrastructure and amenities that Appletree Point and its Association provide. Not one.
Price points range from over a million to be right on the lake with a single family home, to the $350,000 to $600,000 range for single family homes not right on the lake, to high $200’s for a townhouse. Appletree Point also has a well run Association with affordable cost effective association fees.
The list of amenities is long for this neighborhood. Sandy private beach on Lake Champlain with a gradual descent into the lake make it ideal for swimming or launching kayaks/canoes. Two swimming pools set at either end of the neighborhood cater to families during the summer months. The City of Burlington has a public park which includes a baseball diamond, several hardcourt tennis courts, a basketball court and toddler playground.
Appletree Point is located off North Avenue about 2.5 miles north of downtown Burlington. The road into this neighborhood is not a “through road.” Coming into Appletree Point is THE destination. Thus, the vast majority of people coming into this area are its residents not people commuting through or just driving around.
The area is within a half mile of the Burlington Bike and Recreation Path which runs along Lake Champlain for cycling, rollerblading, running and walking in the milder months and walking, snow shoeing and cross country skiing in Winter.
If you are considering buying in Burlington be sure to consider this fantastic neighborhood.
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