Royalton Real Estate
Neighborhoods/Developments in Royalton, VT
Royalton is located in Windsor County, Vermont in the center of the Green Mountains in the White River Valley. Royalton Vermont includes the villages of Royalton, North Royalton and South Royalton.
Royalton Vermont is situated 25 miles from Windsor and 30 miles from Montpelier. It is bordered by Bethel, Randolph, Turnbridge, Strafford, Sharon, Pomfret and Barnard. The town is home to the state’s only accredited law school, Vermont Law School.
Royalton Vermont is home to many notable and historic buildings and properties. These homes represent different architectural periods and styles including Cape Cods, Georgians, Federal Style, Greek Revival, Gothic Revival, Italianate, Queen Anne, Bungalows and Colonial Revival.
The oldest standing building in Royalton, The Mill House, is listed on the National Register of Historic Place. This Cape Cod style home was built in 1780 and is located in the Mill Village area.
The second oldest house in town was built in 1797 and sits next to the Zebulon Lyon House, which was built in 1798.
The Fessenden-Hanks House is a Georgian style home built at the end of the 18th century. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Gothic Revival homes were built just before the Civil War and include the Gingerbread House built in 1855. This home is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Italianate style homes became popular in Royalton after the Civil War. Examples include the Curtiss-Hastings House built in 1869 and the Denison-Davidson House built in 1870.
Queen Anne style homes and properties include the Queen Anne business block, the Railroad Station, the Bandstand, the Schoolhouse at Vermont Law School, the Catholic Church, the Martin-Crawford Castle, the Abbott House and the Marvin Hazen-Gadway House.
Bungalow styles include Dr. Munselle’s Bungalow, which was built in 1914 on the Green in South Royalton.
Colonial Revival homes have been a popular style of home in Royalton since after World War I. Examples include the Royalton Memorial Library and the Wendall Eaton House.
Royalton Vermont Homes and Real Estate: In 2000, there were 1,281 Royalton homes and an average of 32 homes (houses and condos) per square mile. 43% of Royalton homes are occupied by renters.