Southeast Vermont

Looking to relocate? You’ve found your dream in Brattleboro!  Brattleboro has been named:

And with good reason!

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Nestled in the southeastern corner of Vermont bordering New Hampshire and Massachusetts, the Greater Brattleboro Area is easily reachable by car, train and airplane from several major metropolitan areas including New York, Boston and Hartford, CT.

They say good things come in small packages and with a population of 12,000 you’ll be amazed at the big adventures Brattleboro provides!

Experience the just plain goodness of small town living, friendly neighbors, an exemplary library, lots of well-kept and stocked parks and play areas, and a great school system. Our neighborhoods come in all shapes and sizes. Wend you way through our many side streets and you’ll soon discover Brattleboro’s hidden gems.

Brattleboro is home to five institutions of higher education. With so many opportunities, no wonder the Brattleboro workforce is highly educated, dedicated and hard working.

The area is a regional center for commerce, finance and technology. Greater Brattleboro has been fertile ground for entrepreneurs – folks native and from away – who have started strong businesses here (New Chapter and Commonwealth Dairy to name just two). Our historic downtown is dotted with family-owned, independent retail stores, restaurants and art galleries.

The Greater Brattleboro area is also the multicultural arts hub of southern Vermont. Here you will find the Vermont Jazz Center, the Asian Cultural Center of Vermont, the New England Center for Circus Arts, and the nearby Marlboro Music Festival. Literary and film festivals in the area showcase exhibits, lectures and the works of writers and film producers of African, Asian, Hispanic, and Native American heritages. The largest among these include the Women’s Film Festival, the Vermont International Film Festival, and the Brattleboro Literary Festival.

Need more information about Brattleboro to make your move?  Click here to order a Relocation Packet. We look forward to welcoming you home!

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  • Has earned a reputation for acceptance and inclusion.
  • Is regularily ranked as one of America's best places to live, work and play.
  • Was named the healthiest state in the nation by the United Health Foundation in 2011.
  • Is the safest state in the nation.

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