Peacham is a scenic small town in Vermont's Caledonia County. Its residents are known as "Peachamites". In September of 2005, Yankee Magazine designated Peacham "Best New England Village". Peacham has a rich history. Visitors can view the extensive collections and archives of the Peacham Historical Association .
Year-round, Peacham offers activities and events for its residents and town visitors. Enjoy local offerings at the weekly Peacham Farmers Market, from late May to late September. Annual events include the Peacham Music Festival, Fourth of July Celebration, Fall Foliage Day and Winter Carnival.
There are many ways to explore the natural beauty of Peacham. Residents enjoy a variety of outdoor recreational opportunities in every season. You can hike in the Peacham Town Forest and visit Cow Hill, the town's highest peak. Groton State Forest, which is situated partly in Peacham, features Devil's Hill and Peacham Bog natural areas.
The heart of Peacham is the village center which includes the town offices, post office and library. In addition, Peacham Cafe offers fresh breakfast baked goods and lunch dishes. Right next door to the cafe is Peacham Corner Guild, a cooperative of local artisans.
Peacham VT Real Estate
Peacham features several popular residential locations. The village center with its early to mid-19th century Federal and Greek Revival homes is a designated National Historic District. Peacham Pond and Martins Pond are popular areas for homes and camps with beautiful water views, as well as scenic mountain views.
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