Learn More about Barnard VT Homes For Sale. Barnard VT is a small, bucolic town on the edge of the Upper Valley with high rolling hills and open pastures. Its population is just shy of 1000. Vermont’s Silver Lake State Park is in Barnard and provides ample recreational opportunities as well as a scenic place to visit and camp. Silver Lake State park was established in 1955 and runs along the norther shore of Sliver Lake.
One of Barnard’s former residents is Nobel Prize winning novelist Sinclair Lewis. Sincair bought Connett Place in 1928 with a total 300 acres and the adjacent Chase Farm. He named the property Twin Farms and used it as a vacation house during the 1930s and 1940s with his wife Dorothy Thompson. Twin Farms is still located in Barnard VT and is currently being run as a resort and spa.
Barnard comes alive in all the seasons. This traditional New England town is a glow in the fall and serene in the winter. This small town is a place where neighbors know each other. Wildlife and nature await in this small Vermont town.
Barnard is convenient to Woodstock and surrounding Upper Valley towns. The type of Barnard VT homes for sale is vast. You will find charming New England Capes, expansive farmhouses, contemporary homes and more.
The Median household income for the town of Barnard is $56,476 with an average commute time of 30 minutes. The median value of owner occupied homes is $343,100