Franklin County Market Results

Enosburg Mountain Estate offering over 190 acres, mostly conserved, with pond and 2 homes. | MLS# 4833732
Single-Family January-June 2021 
Median Sale Price:Average Sale Price:Units Sold:Newly Listed:Days on Market:
$267,950 +9% $283,089 +15.4%284 +17.4%395 +10.6%51 -56%
Condo January-June 2021 
Median Sale Price:Average Sale Price:Units Sold:Newly Listed:Days on Market:
$230,000 +9.5% $237,869 +9.2%
21 -16.0%54 +31.7%
28 -75%

The median sales price for a single-family home in Franklin County has reached $267,250 – a 32% increase since 2018. Still, the county remains the most affordable in northwest Vermont. More homes and condos were available for purchase during the 1st half of 2021 than during the same period last year. This offered more options for buyers to consider in their home search – while still needing to be well prepared to act when the right property hit the market. The average days on market (DOM) – from listing closing was only 51 days. St. Albans topped the county in sales by a large margin – followed by Swanton, Fairfax and Georgia. Fairfax, the highest priced town, posted a median sales price 38% above the county average. Our Agents have noted that the multiple offer frenzy has slowed a bit, and the continued closure of the Canadian border has prevented some second home sales.

 SALE PRICE MEDIANVS 2020UNITS SOLDVS 2020NEWLY LISTEDVS 2020DAYS ON MARKET
Franklin County Single-Family$267,950 9.0%28417.4%39511.0%51
Bakersfield$231,750 -7.3%6-25.0%1122.2%114
Berkshire$200,000 29.0%7133.3%4-33.3%89
Enosburg$162,000 -22.1%166.7%2556.3%39
Fairfax$370,000 23.3%3447.8%4817.1%32
Fairfield$296,750 12.8%6-14.3%1137.5%24
Fletcher$300,000 9.1%7-22.2%15200.0%90
Franklin$310,000 -0.2%80.0%90.0%111
Georgia$332,500 16.3%264.0%4429.4%20
Highgate$252,000 15.6%9-57.1%20-37.5%13
Montgomery$186,250 -39.9%10100.0%176.3%105
Richford$134,000 20.2%21110.0%1812.5%80
Sheldon$265,750 13.1%12100.0%1623.1%46
St. Albans$275,000 12.5%8539.3%990.0%43
Swanton$255,000 8.5%37-9.8%589.4%60