Saxton Rivers is an unincorporated village located within the town of Rockingham, in Windham County, Vermont. Located just outside of Saxtons River is Vermont Academy, a private high school.
Saxtons River is home to many historic properties and buildings. The village center is listed as a National Register Historic District. It is bounded by Burk Hill and Belleview Roads, Westminster Road, Oak Street and the Saxtons River. The village center houses 133 contributing and 22 non-contributing buildings and properties dominated by Greek Revival, Italianate and Queen Anne architectural styles. The historic properties include: Congregational Church on Main Street; Saxtons River Village Building on Upper Main Street; Smith-Bancroft-Neill House on Upper Main Street; Warner Block-Odd Fellows Building on Main Street; Sabin-Bryant Block on Main and School Streets; Saxtons River Public School on School Street; Saxtons River Inn on Main Street and Academy Avenue; The Beehive on Academy Avenue; Simonds Store - Saxtons River Village Market on Main Street and Academy Avenue; Tin Shop or Saxwin Building on Main and Maple Streets; Baptist Church on Main Street; Fuller Hardware Store on Main Street; Saxtons River Woolen Mill foundation on Maple Street; Wool Pulling Shop on River Street; Old South Meetinghouse site on Westminster Street, Saxtons River Cemetery off Westminster Street; Tenney's Lumber Mill off Westminster Street; and Thompson Gristmill on Westminster Street.
According to the 2000 U.S. Census Bureau, Saxtons River was home to 519 residents. This included 209 households and 137 families. The average family size was 3.06 and the average household size was 2.48. Saxtons River, Vermont is comprised of 0.5 square miles of land.
Saxtons River Homes and Real Estate: In 2000, there were 220 Saxtons River homes.
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