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Which Shelburne home will see the first crocuses of spring? Those with southern exposure!

Crocus in the snow

Many a Vermonter's favorite flower, the crocus is often the first to bravely poke through the snow

At a Burlington grocery store yesterday I noticed green buds springing up in the store's landscaping. It made me wonder if Shelburne homes on lake Champlain will see buds earlier or later than Burlington Homes.

I wont have time to check before this post, but I'll bet that these Shelburne properties with good southern exposure will be the first to see the crocuses.

It's the time of year in Vermont when we avidly seek signs of spring. Vermont Public Radio even has a series called Signs of Spring. These signs include everything from maple sugaring to the return of the red-winged black birds to the sight of a guy standing in a snow bank practicing his fly fishing casts.

Shelburne Home Simmons Drive, MLS 2913062

Many a Vermonter's favorite flower, the crocus is often the first to bravely poke through the snow

Shelburne Home, MLS 21001399

Many a Vermonter's favorite flower, the crocus is often the first to bravely poke through the snow

The MLS property description gives these highlights: Custom built Shelburne home, Country setting with privacy, great eastern and southern exposure for great natural light.

Perfect family home with large mudroom (ah, yes mud season!), first floor laundry, room over garage and walk-out lower level ready to be finished.

Property highlights:

Complete southern exposure, 4 levels of living space on Shelburne Bay, first level open floor plan, slate patio with large hot tub.

Green Mountain views, Shelburne Bay views, private dock, private beach, and  575 ft. of waterfront.

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  1. Elton on

    Pictures look very pretty. I like orange flower with the snow.