Addison County Market Results

This classic country Ranch in Monkton was sold in August 2021
Single-Family January-December 2021  
Median Sale Price:Average Sale Price:Units Sold:Newly Listed:Days on Market:
$340,600 +19.5% $398,214 +24.1%422 +11.6%436 +0.9%60 -45.5%
Condo January-December 2021  
Median Sale Price:Average Sale Price:Units Sold:Newly Listed:Days on Market:
$255,000 +4.1% $289,607 +6.8%28 +40%25 -3.9%53 -71.8%

The real estate market is booming in Addison County, achieving the highest median sale price for a single-family home since our report began six years ago. The number of homes sold increased by 12% – nearly triple the increase across the region. The pace of the market accelerated as well with the average time from listing to close at only 2 months – down from 3 months mid-year. Middlebury, Bristol, Vergennes, and Ferrisburgh topped the county for the most homes sold in 2021, followed closely by Monkton, Orwell, and New Haven. The highest median sale prices were reported in Cornwall, Addison, and Lincoln. Accessibility to Lake Champlain, the mountains, and an easy commute to the greater Burlington area for employment are motivators for buyers. Farm to table dining options, art galleries, and a more rural landscape enhance the quintessential Vermont life experience.

 MEDIAN SALE PRICEVS 2020UNITS SOLDVS 2020NEWLY LISTEDVS 2020DAYS ON MARKET
Addison County Single-Family$340,600 19.50%42211.60%4360.90%60
Addison$540,000 61.20%17-19.10%190.00%70
Bridport$324,250 66.30%1838.50%14-6.70%130
Bristol$323,500 22.10%4310.30%40-16.70%60
Cornwall$544,000 27.40%14-26.30%13-50.00%32
Ferrisburgh$339,500 6.10%28-17.70%27-40.00%80
Goshen$212,900 -17.80%30.00%40.00%174
Granville$150,000 -61.50%566.70%9125.00%84
Hancock$140,500 40.50%7133.30%525.00%151
Leicester$301,250 6.80%1820.00%1770.00%80
Lincoln$345,000 34.80%1550.00%1427.30%100
Middlebury$365,000 32.70%683.00%67-6.90%41
Monkton$420,000 24.60%24-14.30%24-29.40%34
New Haven$420,000 27.70%2237.50%23-4.20%28
Orwell$280,000 30.10%23130.00%2673.30%125
Panton$405,000 20.00%1066.70%1042.90%37
Ripton$349,000 26.90%6-40.00%8-33.30%35
Salisbury$337,500 36.00%20100.00%24100.00%17
Shoreham$330,000 6.50%15-11.80%1946.20%39
Starksboro$267,000 -22.20%14-17.70%18-5.30%48
Vergennes$265,000 9.70%2920.80%3252.40%13
Waltham$363,285 51.10%650.00%525.00%21
Weybridge$475,000 72.10%1344.40%1220.00%44
Whiting$264,500 124.20%4300.00%6100.00%255

Addison County Market Results

Completely renovated lakefront home with water access and almost 100 feet of beautiful beach front property in Addison | MLS# 4865705
Single-Family January-June 2021  
Median Sale Price:Average Sale Price:Units Sold:Newly Listed:Days on Market:
$331,250 +27.4% $383,847 +40.3%194 +52.8%244 +16.2%86 -41%
Condo January-June 2021  
Median Sale Price:Average Sale Price:Units Sold:Newly Listed:Days on Market:
$249,000 +8.3% $313,400 +35.1%15 +400%12 +71.4%49 +96%

The real estate market is booming in Addison County, achieving the highest median sale price for a single-family home since our report began six years ago. With 16% more homes on the market, units closed jumped 53% over last year. Middlebury, Bristol, and Ferrisburgh topped the county with the most homes sold – followed closely by Monkton and Vergennes. Addison and Cornwall top the list for median sales price. Accessibility to Lake Champlain and an easy commute to Chittenden County, coupled with restaurants, art galleries, and growth of local companies like Collins Aerospace positioned Addison County as an ideal place to experience quintessential Vermont living.

SALE PRICEMEDIANVS 2020UNITS SOLDVS 2020NEWLY LISTEDVS 2020DAYS ON MARKET
Addison County Single-Family$331,250 27.0%19452.8%24416.2%86
Addison$822,500 185.0%6-14.3%9-18.2%130
Bridport$238,250 198.0%10233.3%1157.1%81
Bristol$310,000 38.0%1946.2%19-29.6%99
Cornwall$527,000 70.0%8166.7%7-30.0%23
Ferrisburgh$339,500 51.0%1850.0%14-53.3%112
Goshen$212,900 -21.0%3200.0%20.0%174
Granville$250,000 0.0%20.0%6100.0%131
Hancock$120,000 20.0%2100.0%3-25.0%204
Leicester$283,250 197.0%833.3%14180.0%51
Lincoln$270,000 103.0%566.7%833.3%225
Middlebury$424,000 49.0%268.3%3815.2%66
Monkton$420,000 25.0%1385.7%14-12.5%41
New Haven$475,000 117.0%8166.7%1455.6%60
Orwell$327,750 46.0%10100.0%15200.0%257
Panton$413,250 88.0%433.3%5150.0%61
Ripton$349,000 773.0%4300.0%4-20.0%48
Salisbury$275,000 8.0%980.0%8100.0%22
Shoreham$335,000 -2.0%650.0%1066.7%58
Starksboro$270,000 -27.0%740.0%9-18.2%62
Vergennes$257,500 -5.0%12-7.7%1972.7%13
Waltham$364,570 31.0%30.0%3200.0%33
Weybridge$421,000 55.0%8100.0%10233.3%38
Whiting$200,000 69.0%3200.0%2100.0%331

Addison County Market Results

3 bedroom home for sale in Middlebury VT
Very Nice 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath Home in a great location in Middlebury! | MLS# 4843071
Single-Family January-December 2020  
Median Sale Price:Average Sale Price:Units Sold:Newly Listed:Days on Market:
$285,000 +8.8% $320,817 +7.2%378 -1.3%432 -14.8%110 -4.4%
Condo January-December 2020  
Median Sale Price:Average Sale Price:Units Sold:Newly Listed:Days on Market:
$245,000 +24.4% $271,165 +18%20 -25.9%26 -7.1%188 +291.7%

The median sale price for a single-family home in Addison County increased to $285,000. Still, buyers are drawn to the affordability and quality of life in towns like Bristol, Monkton, and Vergennes.

Middlebury College attracts alumni seeking homes in town and in the neighboring town of Cornwall. While shoreline and accessibility to Lake Champlain drive sales in neraby Ferrisburgh, Addison, and Panton. Even as the number of new listings to the market decline, a variety of properties remain for buyers to choose from – and a bit more time to contemplate a purchase.

Addison County median home price 2018-20

Addison County Median Price by Property Type

 

MEDIAN SALE PRICEVS 2019UNITS SOLDVS 2019NEWLY LISTEDVS 2019DAYS ON MARKET 
Addison County Single-Family$285,000 8.80%378-1.30%432-14.80%110
Addison$335,000 28.40%21-4.60%19-32.10%140
Bridport$195,000 -24.10%13-13.30%150.00%184
Bristol$265,000 1.90%3925.80%4820.00%76
Cornwall$427,000 -0.40%1935.70%26116.70%116
Ferrisburgh$320,000 15.40%34-17.10%45-8.20%127
Goshen$259,000 93.50%3-25.00%4-42.90%232
Granville$390,000 14.70%3-40.00%4-20.00%157
Hancock$100,000 -45.30%350.00%4-42.90%84
Leicester$282,000 46.90%150.00%10-65.50%152
Lincoln$256,000 25.50%10-41.20%11-52.20%201
Middlebury$275,000 -3.70%66-8.30%72-19.10%86
Monkton$337,000 14.60%2864.70%3413.30%37
New Haven$329,000 9.00%1660.00%2471.40%66
Orwell$215,250 5.00%10-41.20%15-21.10%111
Panton$337,500 -26.70%6-50.00%7-50.00%64
Ripton$275,000 39.20%1066.70%1250.00%51
Salisbury$248,250 -32.00%10-16.70%12-42.90%100
Shoreham$310,000 49.40%176.30%13-45.80%355
Starksboro$343,000 38.90%1741.70%1911.80%62
Vergennes$241,500 8.50%24-25.00%21-47.50%64
Waltham$240,500 -29.30%4-20.00%4-42.90%88
Weybridge$276,000 -41.10%950.00%1025.00%145
Whiting$118,000 -1-3200.00%15

Addison County Market Results

Beautiful Home in Addison for Sale
This beautiful 5 bedroom, 3 bath home, in Panton, is filled with endless creative architectural features! | MLS# 4830837

Single-Family
January-September 2020
    
Median Sale Price:Average Sale Price:Units Sold:Newly Listed:Days on Market:
$280,500 +6.9% $305,414 -0.5% 267 -5.7% 347 -22.2%112 -2.6%

Condo January-September 2020    
Median Sale Price:Average Sale Price:Units Sold:Newly Listed:Days on Market:
$245,000 +26% $257,869 +25.4% 13 -38.1% 20 -13.0%219 +321.2%

Median Single-Family Home Price for Addison County

Addison County Median Home Price by Property Type

Buyers are attracted to the rural feel & affordable prices in Addison County

Contemporary home on 142 acres of woods & meadows with breathtaking views of the Adirondacks and Lake Champlain. | MLS# 4808946

Our mid-year report includes data for the first 6 months of 2020, as well as data for the 2nd quarter of 2020 alone. We cannot analyze the trends in the northwest Vermont real estate market without understanding the effects of COVID-19 which struck Vermont in mid-March. 

Single Family
January-June
    
Median Sale Price:Average Sale Price:Units Sold:Newly Listed:Days on Market:
$260,000 +2.7% $273,505 -4.7%127 -16.5%210 -27.8%147 +26.7%

Condo
January-June
    
Median Sale Price:Average Sale Price:Units Sold:Newly Listed:Days on Market:
$229,900 +3.3% $231,967 +2.2%3 -70%
7 -56.3%25 -60.3%

Single Family
April-June
    
Median Sale Price:Average Sale Price:Units Sold:Newly Listed:Days on Market:
$275,000 +5.8% $287,375 -4.8%75 -21.1%133 -33.5%
133 +22%

Condo
April-June
    
Median Sale Price:Average Sale Price:Units Sold:Newly Listed:Days on Market:
$233,000 -5.9% $233,000 -11.1%2 -71.4%3 -72.7%28 -54.8%

Buyers are attracted to the more rural feel and affordable home prices in Addison County. While the median price of single-family homes jumped to $275,000 during the 2nd quarter, the median price has been fairly stable since 2018. Middlebury, Vergennes, Bristol and Ferrisburgh topped the list for the number of closed sales so far in 2020.

As travel restrictions for out of state buyers loosen, sales of homes, including lakefront property in Addison County, should recover. Historically, the area accounts for 12-15% of the luxury home sales in northwest Vermont.

 MEDIAN SALE PRICEVS 2019UNITS SOLDVS 2019NEWLY LISTEDVS 2019DAYS ON MARKET
Addison County Single-Family$260,000 2.70%127-16.50%210-27.80%147
Addison$289,000 9.10%7-22.20%11-48%130
Bridport$80,000 -68.90%3-40.00%7-30.00%300
Bristol$225,000 -17.40%13-13.30%2717.40%104
Cornwall$310,000 -21.10%30.00%1066.70%104
Ferrisburgh$224,500 9.50%12-36.80%307.10%182
Goshen$270,000 160.30%1-66.70%n/an/a172
Granvillen/an/an/an/a3-25.00%
Hancock$100,000 -58.30%10.00%4-20.00%27
Leicester$95,500 -50.70%650.00%5-50.00%177
Lincoln$133,000 -30.60%3-50.00%6-53.90%173
Middlebury$285,500 5.70%24-20.00%33-37.70%146
Monkton$335,000 37.40%7-12.50%1614.30%53
New Haven$219,000 -35.60%30.00%912.50%149
Orwell$225,000 76.10%525%5-64.30%185
Panton$220,000 -61.80%3-57.10%2-77.80%94
Ripton$40,000 -80.00%1-80.00%525.00%61
Salisbury$255,000 -27.10%566.70%4-63.60%111
Shoreham$342,500 42.70%4-33%6-62.50%446
Starksboro$370,000 51.00%50.00%1137.50%110
Vergennes$271,000 23.20%1344.40%11-54.20%102
Waltham$279,000 100.70%30.00%1-66.70%101
Weybridge$271,000 -66.10%433.30%3-25.00%275
Whiting$118,000 n/a1n/a1n/a15

Addison County Market Results

Enjoy deeded access to Lake Champlain in this small community in Addison. | MLS# 4790693

Single-Family Homes    
Median Sale Price:Average Sale Price:Units Sold:Newly Listed:Days on Market:
$220,500 -6.2%
$255,761 -2.3%
50 -12.3%
76 -16.5%
169 +33.1%

Condos    
Median Sale Price:Average Sale Price:Units Sold:Newly Listed:Days on Market:
$229,900 +99.9%
$229,759 +58.6%1 -66.7%
4 -20%20 -70.2%

Addison County Single-Family Home Sales Increased 10% over 2018

This completely remodeled home is just a few blocks from downtown Vergennes, amenities.| MLS# 4792020

Single Family    
Median Sale Price:Average Sale Price:Units Sold:Newly Listed:Days on Market:
$262,000 -2.4% $299,352 +0.9%383 +10.1%506 -1.0%115 +1.8%

Condos    
Median Sale Price:Average Sale Price:Units Sold:Newly Listed:Days on Market:
$197,000 -5.7% $229,759 +2.8%27 +58.8%28 +16.7%48 -22.6%

The number of single-family homes sold in 2019 jumped 10% in Addison County, while newly listed properties and sales prices remained stable. Condominium sales rose from 17 units in 2018 to 27 units in 2019. An increase in condos available fueled this growth along with more affordable price points and ease of maintenance.  

Buyers are attracted to the relative affordability compared to neighboring Chittenden County – along with the quaint Vermont feel of restaurants, galleries and small shops that make up the downtowns of many of the towns in Addison County.

Topping the list of closed sales in the county were Middlebury, Bristol, Ferrisburgh, and Vergennes.

A 25% increase in homes available for purchase in Vergennes resulted in a 23% rise in single family homes sold through the year. Undoubtedly, Vergennes’ thriving downtown and proximity to Lake Champlain appeal to many buyers including Millennials searching for a work-play lifestyle.
Cornwall, Panton and Weybridge lead the county with the highest median sales price.

Single-FamilyMEDIAN SALE PRICEVS 2018UNITS SOLDVS 2018NEWLY LISTEDVS 2018DAYS ON MARKET
Addison County$262,000 -2.40%38310.10%506-1.00%115
Addison$261,000 -17.70%228333.00%28-6.70%213
Bridport$257,000 -10.80%1566.70%15-11.80%167
Bristol$260,000 8.50%3110.70%4017.70%87
Cornwall$428,500 7.50%1440.00%12-50.00%217
Ferrisburgh$277,300 -10.10%4157.70%4914.00%98
Goshen$133,868 0.00%40.00%716.70%146
Granville$340,000 -20.00%566.70%5-28.60%175
Hancock$182,900 94.60%2-60.00%716.70%105
Leicester$192,000 9.10%15150.00%29163.60%88
Lincoln$204,000 -18.70%17-5.60%23-20.70%149
Middlebury$285,500 2.90%724.40%8912.70%70
Monkton$294,000 -7.60%17-29.20%30-6.30%66
New Haven$301,750 -9.40%10-33.30%14-33.30%144
Orwell$205,000 -8.90%1741.70%19-5.00%160
Panton$460,500 11.60%1220.00%14-26.30%173
Ripton$197,500 -7.60%6-25.00%7-46.20%161
Salisbury$365,000 43.10%12-20.00%210.00%163
Shoreham$207,450 -24.60%16-5.90%24-14.30%146
Starksboro$247,000 3.50%12-33.30%17-19.10%54
Vergennes$222,500 -5.00%3223.10%4025.00%60
Waltham$340,000 21.50%566.70%740.00%64
Weybridge$468,750 7.80%6-14.30%80.00%149
Whitingn/an/an/an/a1-80.00%n/a

Healthy Gains in the Numbers Homes and Condos Sold in Addison County

Located in the heart of Middlebury, this move-in ready home has been meticulously remodeled to meet modern needs. Homes in Middlebury

 Median Sale PriceAverage Sale PriceUnits SoldNewly ListedDays on Market
Single-Family $263,700 (-0.5%) $307,797 (6.9%)282 (9.3%)446 (-0.7%)116 (-3.3%)
Condos$194,500 (5.4%) $205,667 (4.6%)21 (61.5%)23 (43.8%)52 (4%)
Multi-Family$232,500 (-3.1%) $232,500 (-2.1%)2 (-81.8%)17 (21.4%)75 (-54%)
Land$67,500 (2.9%) $95,179 (0.6%)39 (-22.0%)81 (-27%)429 (64.4%)

The number of homes and condos sold so far in 2019 shows healthy gains over the same period last year.  

Buyers are drawn to Addison County’s farm-to-table dining options, art galleries and shops – not to mention close proximity to the lake or the mountains. Starksboro, Bristol, Monkton and Vergennes offer housing options for buyers who are comfortable with an easy commute to Burlington area employers.

An increase in multi-family listings this year, may give more choices to buyers looking for owner-occupied or investment property.

So that we can continue to best serve our customers and clients across the county, this year we opened our Real Estate Sales Center at 268 Main Street in Vergennes.

Addison County Median Sales Price Saw a Nearly 7% Decrease Over Last Year

Enjoy Adirondack and lake views from this charming country cape on 10+ beautifully landscaped acres in Ferrisburgh. | Homes in Ferrisburgh

Single Family    
Median Sale Price:Average Sale Price:Units Sold:Newly Listed:Days on Market:
$251,500 (-6.7%) $286,503 (+1%)150 (+7.1%)291 (+1.4%)117 (-8.6%)

Condo    
Median Sale Price:Average Sale Price:Units Sold:Newly Listed:Days on Market:
$222,500 (+39.7%) $226,950 (+7.5%)10 (+42.9%)16 (+33.3%)63 (0%)

Although the median price of single-family homes dropped by nearly 7%, this was compared to a 9% increase last year. The bright spot may be the slight increase in newly listed homes after months of sharp declines. With few condominium complexes throughout the county and therefore few sales, the increases in units and prices of sold properties need to be taken in context.

Buyers are drawn to the community amenities of towns that make up Addison County with their farm to table dining options, art galleries and shops – not to mention close proximity to Lake Champlain. Starksboro, Bristol, Monkton and Vergennes offer housing options for buyers working at nearby employers, like Collins Aerospace, or those who are comfortable with an easy commute to Burlington.

So that we can continue to best serve our customers and clients across the county, we opened our Real Estate Sales Center at 268 Main Street in Vergennes this spring. Many great events organized by The Vergennes Partnership such as colored lights on the Vergennes Falls each evening, City Band Concerts every Monday through the summer, or the Eat on the Green Food & Musical Festival in September – are just steps from our office. Stop by to say hello.

Addison County Slight Increase in Homes for Sales after Several Years of Declining Inventory

Well maintained 3 bedroom Ranch, in Vergennes, with many exterior upgrades over the years. MLS# 4711457

 Median Sale PriceAverage Sale PriceUnits SoldNewly ListedDays on Market
Single-Family$235,000 (-7.8%)$261,828 (-2.4%)57 (23.9%)91 (5.8%)127 (-31.7%)
Condos$115,000 (-27.8%)$145,000 (-2.4%)3 (-40%)5 (66.7%)67 (9.8%)
Multi-Family$150,000 (-46.4%)$150,000 (-55.9%)1 (-66.7%)3 (-40%)0 (-100%)
Land$103,750 (56.6%)$123,840 (8%)10 (-37.5%)21 (-38.2%)451 (67%)

Inventory of homes has stabilized – even posting a slight increase in early 2019. Single home sales increased while median and average sale prices declined.

Due to the relatively low number of transactions during the 1st quarter, it may be too early to draw conclusions. Addison County continues to draw buyers who may be working in Chittenden County – but see affordability and quality of life in Addison as desirable.

Responding to seller and buyer demand in the county, we are pleased to announce that we are opening a Real Estate Sales Center on Main Street in Vergennes. While we are not new to the area, our Vergennes location expands our presence in Addison County and extends the level of service we are able to give our clients.

New Addison County Office
268 Main Street
Vergennes, VT 05491