Newport, Vermont 05472
Newport, Newport Center, Lake Memphremagog
Newport, Vermont is a border town located on the southern end of beautiful Lake Memphremagog. Newport is the largest city in Orleans County. Recently, Newport’s downtown area has been beautified with the addition of a new State of Vermont office building, which also houses several businesses.
Century 21 Farm and Forest Realty, 5043 US Route. 5, Derby Road, Derby, VT 05829 | 802-334-1200
Since 1993 Century 21 Farm & Forest Realty has assembled a diversified team of experts familiar with a broad range of Vermont real estate; residential, commercial, timber tracts, vacation property or building lots. Office is conveniently located off Interstate 91 and open six days a week, Sundays by appointment. Member MLS, Century 21 Real Estate network. View listings online.
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StoneCrest Properties, 101 Depot Street, Lyndonville, VT 05851 | 802-626-4790
StoneCrest Properties is a full service Vermont real estate agency meeting the needs of buyers and sellers every day. Located in Lyndonville, Vermont and servicing the entire Northeast Kingdom. At StoneCrest Properties we offer: First time homebuyer experience, Unique marketing of our properties, Experienced professional agents who take personal care. Give us a call, or view our latest listings online.
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Newport is made up of Newport City, Newport Town, and Newport Center, and is a regional shopping mecca with numerous retail stores, restaurants, and nightclubs. The popular Eastside Restaurant attracts diners from both sides of the international border of the United States and Canada.
The Newport Daily Express – an independent Vermont newspaper is published here. The Newport State Airport is located here, as well. Lake Memphremagog is popular with fishermen and photographers – this deep, spring-fed lake extends more than 30 miles into Quebec. Magog, Quebec sits on the northern end of the Lake.
The mountains Jay Peak, Vermont, and of Canada are clearly visible from the shores of Lake Memphremagog in Newport. Lake Memphremagog is also rumored to be inhabited by a large, amphibian creature dubbed “Memphre“. The serpent-like creature has been spotted on several occasions by both Canadians and Americans. Newport, Vermont was the birthplace of Charles Francis Adams, founder of the Boston Bruins – one of the original six teams of the National Hockey League. Adams founded the Bruins in 1924. The NHL’s Adams Division is named after him.
Newport, VT Population: 2010: 5,005
Newport, VT Local Information
Newport Town Offices: 802-334-2112
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