QuecheeThe hamlet of Quechee was settled in the 1760s and is one of five unincorporated villages in the larger Town of Hartford, Vermont. It is the site of Quechee Gorge on the Ottauquechee River and is also the home to the Quechee Lakes planned community, initiated in the late 1960s, which also brought to the community the small Quechee Lakes Ski Area in the 1970s. Quechee is also known for its picturesque covered bridge and also as the home of Simon Pearce Glassblowing and Restaurant. Overlooking the old mill falls in the center of the historic village, this luxury brand has been an anchor tenant n the village for almost 40 years. The Quechee Lakes development was the first of its size to come under the jurisdiction of Vermont’s Land Use Act 250 Law. As such, the resort is extremely well planned, developed, and maintained with great attention to its surroundings, which include the Ottauquechee River Valley, its hillsides, open meadows, and woodland. Today, the Quechee Lakes Resort is one of New England’s finest resorts for seasonal and year-round owners. Quechee Gorge, known as “Vermont’s Little Grand Canyon”, on the Ottauquechee River is one of New England’s most popular natural wonders. Trails from the Quechee Gorge Visitor Center weave throughout the area (Gorge land is owned by the Army Corps of Engineers) and the Quechee Gorge State Park. A true destination site, over 200,000 visitors visit the Vermont Institute of Natural Science nearby, fish and canoe the river, hike the trails in summer and fall and cross country ski and snowshoe in the winter. Equidistant from Hanover, NH and Woodstock, VT, and graced with ever conceivable recreational and lifestyle amenity, Quechee offers an all-inclusive single stop as a gateway to Vermont adventure. Select the Property Search tab to find current homes for sale in Quechee, VT.
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