A tranquil and quaint New England town.

Welcome to Norwich

A tranquil and quaint New England town

In Norwich, Vermont, there are historic and mid-century modern architectural styles, stemming from the influx of architects in Norwich following World War II. You will also see homes designed in the Georgian, Federal, and Greek Revival styles. No matter what your style is, Norwich has something for all.

What to Love


  • Quaint New England town
  • Historic buildings and homes
  • The tranquil, tight-knit community
  • Family-friendly area

Local Lifestyle

The local lifestyle in Norwich, Vermont, is calm and tranquil. Norwich is a place where everyone knows each other, and neighbors form friendships, bonds, and a strong sense of community.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

Norwich has a wonderful array of options for those seeking dining, entertainment, or shopping.
At Carpenter & Main you can enjoy classic French dishes such as the Confit of Duck Leg or the Orange Ginger Glazed Salmon on their patio. Relax and enjoy a cocktail while you are there. Try the Ping Pong Cocktail with Sloe Gin, Creme de Violette, and lemon.
The place everyone in Norwich goes to, and where people from surrounding areas come to visit is King Arthur Baking. You can shop for flour, ingredients, and quality baked goods with freshness you’ve never tasted before. King Arthur Flour is a local favorite that has been in business for centuries, founded in Boston, Massachusetts in 1790, but now based in Norwich, Vermont. King Arthur baking pans are made in the USA with heavy-duty, quality materials. They carry hard-to-find baking ingredients and all the essentials. The website is full of tested and true recipes. They also have an online “Baker’s Hotline” where you can chat with the professionals and find out how to fix your pie crust so it has the flaky goodness you want.
At the Norwich Farmers Market you will find artisanal cheeses, fresh pastries, unique crafts, and a wide variety of flowers. Dan and Whit’s happens to be Vermont’s most famous and well-loved general store. Here you can buy shirts, health and beauty products, local products made in Vermont, clothing, food, greeting cards, and many more.
Anglia Square, also known as Norwich Square Shopping, is where fans of boutique-style shopping prefer to go. There are stores here like Shoe Zone, Card Factory, Handmade with Love, Sutton Toys, Ernie’s Zero Waste Shop, and so much more.

Things to Do

The Norwich Inn is a luxury “green hotel” and spa. Norwich Inn is a member of the Vermont Fresh Network, so you are sure to find fresh, locally sourced ingredients in all their meals. Norwich Inn restored and converted three historical homes into cozy, upscale rooms. The Jasper Murdock Ales are brewed on-site and they have 50 different craft beers to sample. You can take your supper in one of four different dining rooms, each with a different atmosphere and vibe, all cozy with superb service. While everything on the menu is good, you will want to start each meal with the crab cakes or the freshly baked alehouse pretzels with cheddar fondue.
In the Norwich Turkey Trot, you can walk or run and be active for a great cause, lessening poverty in the Vermont and New Hampshire regions. Each summer the Norwich Fair comes to town bringing carnival rides, games, and the iconic “foods on a stick” assortment. Every winter, the fire trucks pour water into an area at the park to create an outdoor ice-skating rink. It provides a safe place for the little ones and adult newbies on the ice to skate and have fun.






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Work With Jennifer

As your real estate agent, Jennifer Fogg is committed to making the home buying and selling process as smooth as possible. I will listen to your needs and criteria in finding you your “Dream House” and will be dedicated to keeping you informed throughout each step.