Worcester VT Real Estate & Homes for Sale
The median home value in Worcester, VT is $140,000.
the county median home value of $202,400.
The national median home value is $185,800.
The average price of homes sold in Worcester, VT is $140,000.
Approximately 76.27% of Worcester homes are owned,
compared to 17.43% rented, while
6.3% are vacant.
Worcester real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
If you see a property you’re interested in, contact a Worcester real estate agent to arrange a tour today!
Congratulations, your seasonal hunting camp search is over! Virtually all the expensive infrastructure has already been completed on this expansive 82.4+/- acre property in Worcester, VT. Only 50 minutes to Burlington, VT. Power has been brought to the camp site and a drilled well and town-approved/designed septic system have been installed. The immediate land around the camp has been cleared several years ago and features a small man-made pond (clay-lined and stream-fed), which you will love just as much as the wildlife. Deer flock to the abundance of apple trees and the antler mounts in the camp are evidence of a strong hunting history on the parcel. The current camp is a great place to relax, refuel, and get out of the windchill after a long day hunting in the predominantly softwood forestland. Looking for something a little more modern? The structure would be inexpensive to remove and your dream get-away can be built on the existing concrete slab (additional 8 x 12 concrete slab for shed, as well). A well-built, deeded right-of-way, access road, allows for easy entree to the extremely private camp location. Enjoy an excellent proximity to Burlington or Montpelier, allowing for quick and efficient escapes from your typical day-to-day. There is no zoning in Worcester and the property is free from any development restrictions, like the Current Use program. Property consists of two parcels combined. On-site gravel pit for road maintenance. Existing out-house.
Get away from it all. No, really. Get away from it all. This private, quiet, and secluded seasonal camp might be just what you need, and only 20 minutes from Montpelier. It's a rustically finished camp, with wood floors, and sheetrock. The first floor is a big open 20x30 room, with a kitchen area, wood stove, and living room. The wall of windows faces over the yard, treetops, and a great views of the Worcester Range. Upstairs has two loft-style bedrooms, that are connected by a catwalk. Walls and ceiling are insulated for winter use with the wood stove.This camp is rustic. Currently the water is from a spring, and there's no electricity or propane. Propane could be brought in. Electricity could come by solar or a generator. Or you could just be tough and go without. The custom outhouse takes care of that end of things. This inviting camp is great for hunting, snowmobiling, hiking, writing, practicing tai chi, whatever you want. Shepard Hill Road is a trail that is not maintained by the town. Property owners on the road do the maintenance themselves. Please note that the road is not drivable by car year round. Snowmobile and four wheelers are good for winter and mud season. Picture the kind of road they'd use in a Jeep commercial. It's a good way to keep out those who aren't serious enough about a private camp!
Come see this 1890's colonial farm house located on a large corner lot. This home is currently being used as a family residence with a homebased business. The property has a small barn with stables, 2 car garage and a nice level lot. The home has a large eat-in kitchen and business on the 1st floor, a large activities room with a wood stove on the second floor and a finished room in the attic. Both chimneys were lined in 2016 and the roof replaced fall of 2017. Priced $36,400 below town assessment.
Country three bedroom home and large detached garage with easy access to town. Home is easy to heat. The land is level. Great value!
In wildness is the preservation of the world. This Lovely 20.9-acre parcel of Vermont land with a fantastic two bedroom two bath Cape recently built in 2012, lovingly maintained and improved. While it is not quite as isolated as Thoreau's Walden home, solitude indeed abounds on Shepard Hill Trail. Truly a rare find, this home is located deep in Worcester woods surrounded by wild beauty and complete with waterfall, meadow, and wildflowers. If quiet natural harmony, self-sufficiency and off-grid living surrounded by Vermont wilderness is your goal, then you should consider this rare gem of a home.
FREEDOM. Privacy. Quiet. This home on 2.50 acres is tucked within a Vermont Land Trust parcel that spans over 5,000 acres across the foothills of Worcester Mountain and beyond! Being the last full time resident at the end of Hampshire hill road, this home offers a frontier living feel while still being on the grid. Comfortable and spacious inside, this 2004 doublewide has a large family room in addition to the living room area and a sizable outdoor shed for tools and toys. Landscaped with numerous quartz boulders plucked from Vermont hills nearby, the mowed front lawn dips away into a heritage apple orchard within view of the living room and kitchen. All of Vermonts big game species are regular visitors as numerous bear, moose, deer and turkeys have been seen over the years. The Catamount brook spills off the mountain to the north and east and forms beaver ponds as it winds through the adjoining Trust land. Beech ridges blend into hemlock stands as you hike neighboring trails. Its not uncommon to find shed antlers of last years moose or deer as you take a springtime trek into the ledges above. Whether its hiking, hunting or just walking your dogs, opportunities stretch on and on when you own a piece of heaven against Worcester Mountain! Bring your plow truck and sense of adventure and lets plan the next step.
How may I help you?
Get property information, schedule a showing or find an agent