Marlboro Real Estate

Neighborhoods/Developments in Marlboro, VT

Name Type
Ames Hill Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Auger Hole Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Gilbert Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Lower Dover Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Lower Houghton Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Lucier Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Moss Hollow Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Route 9 Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Snow Mountain Lane Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Stratton Hill Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood

Marlboro is located in Windham County, in Southern Vermont.  It is crossed by Vermont Route 9.
 
Marlboro is home to the Southern Vermont Natural History Museum and the to Marlboro College, which was founded in 1946.  Each summer, the town hosts the Marlboro Music Festival and Civil War Days.
 
Marlboro is home to notable historical properties.  It is home to the Ephraim Holland Newton House, which is the Marlboro Historical Society’s museum.  It is also home to the Hougton School House, which was moved to the grounds of the Newton House.  Both properties are open to the public for visting. 

According to the 2000 U.S. Census Bureau, Marlboro, Vermont was home to 978 residents.  This included 330 households and 215 families.  The average family size was 2.90 and the average household size was 2.39.  Marlboro, Vermont is comprised of 40.3 square miles of land and 0.3 square miles of water. 

Marlboro Real Estate and Homes:  In 2000, there were 495 homes in Marlboro and an average of 12 homes (houses / condos) per square mile.  18% of Marlboro homes are occupied by renters. 
 
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