A warm and sunny day brings runners and bicyclists along the Ledyard Bridge, which spans the Connecticut River connecting Norwich VT to its companion town of Hanover NH. With about a third of the population of Hanover, Norwich maintains a charming small town atmosphere, where the community gathers on Main Street and the village green. Whether you are looking for neighborhood living close to town or mountain properties with infinity views, Norwich VT Real Estate offers both and much more.
Main Street features Dan and Whit’s general store, an Upper Valley treasure that supplies daily necessities and more. Right next door is the Norwich Inn, with its Victorian-style rooms and traditional furnishings as well as Jasper Murdock’s Alehouse, where you can enjoy pub atmosphere or more formal dining, as well as breakfast and lunch or special events. Just across the street, enjoy fine French dining at Carpenter & Main. Tracy Hall, the most prominent building on Main St. and home to the Town Hall, is the gathering place for community programs, a variety of fundraisers throughout the year, and the annual flower show.
Families enjoy an active recreation department that offers everything from soccer and skiing to trail running and fencing. The Montshire Museum of Science features more than 140 exhibits as well as programs for pre-schoolers through teens. King Arthur Flour’s flagship Norwich campus, including bakery, café, store, and state-of-the-art Baking Education Center, is a magnet to the whole Upper Valley.
Marion Cross School, set prominently on the village green, is the K6 public school for Norwich children. As part of the interstate Dresden School District shared with Hanover NH, Norwich students attend Hanover’s Richmond Middle School and Hanover High School.
With direct access to Interstate 91, Norwich is a gateway to the rest Vermont. If you are looking for quintessential Vermont living, top-notch schools, and easy access to the rest of the Upper Valley, Norwich may be the perfect place for you.