Hartland VT real estate is close and convenient to most everything. Hartland Vermont, chartered in 1761, as “Hertford,” but renamed in 1782 to avoid confusion with neighboring Hartford. Hartland’s character is a blend of grand historic homes, including the David Sumner Mansion; Vermont farms, producing Christmas trees, flowers, honey, maple syrup, vegetables, and grass-fed beef; and the green buildings of Cobb Hill. Outdoor recreation abounds with the Connecticut River to the west, brooks, covered bridges, Sumner’s Falls, and theNorth Hartland Dam.
Community spirit is evidenced in the Old Home Day Celebration and the best July Fourth Fireworks in the area. The “Vermont Idol,” comedy talent show, boasts there is no shortage of talent east of Hollywood. Hartland is within 10-20 minutes of Dartmouth College and Woodstock Vermont, proving you CAN get there from here! With a population of over 3,000, Hartland boasts many amenities of larger communities with that rural Vermont feel. Amenities include: Damon Hall, Hartland Recreation Department, Hartland Cooperative Nursery School, Hartland Elementary School (grades K-8), the Yoga Center, markets, a library, post office, restaurant, and bank.