Not all homes in Charlotte, VT are farm orientated. Stately old structures from the 1700s grace the Four Corners, the town’s acknowledged center at the intersection of Ferry and Greenbush roads. "Two of them used to be taverns," says Susan Stuck, a writer and history buff who chose the town a few years ago as the best place for her to live and raise her children. "The one on the northwest corner even a has a spring-loaded ballroom floor." She goes on to say there’s really a wide range of lifestyles and housing styles throughout the town, from rental property and riding stables, raised ranches and contemporary colonials, to modest summer camps on Thompson's Point and magnificent hidden estates.
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