Friday, August 17, 2012

Featured Listing – 136 Hayward, Burlington, VT 05401 (MLS # 4173472)

Have you dreamed of living in the Five Sisters? Well this has to be their closest brother.
136 Hayward, Burlington, VT 05401 (MLS # 4173472)

$385,000

Type Residential
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 1 full, 1 three-quarter
Square Footage 1,386 sq ft
Lot Size 4,791 sq ft
Year Built 1925
Taxes $5,639
MLS# 4173472

Description Have you dreamed of living in the Five Sisters? Well this has to be their closest brother. Wonderful family neighborhood. Quiet and clean with tree lined streets and lovely shrubs and flowers. This fine home can be your canvass to create your masterpiece. Unfinished attic space if you need more room for storage or to finish off. Take a look!
More information regarding this property

Call Chris at 802.238.5256 for inquiries.
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Chris Hurd - Burlington VT Real Estate

Events in Burlington, Vermont – August 17-19

There is much to do in Burlington, Vermont.  Below is a sample of the some of the events happening in Burlington this weekend...
Friday, August 17, 2012

Queen City Tango Milonga

No partner is required for welcoming the weekend in the Argentine tradition. Wear clean, soft-soled shoes. Friday, August 17, 7:30–10PM at North End Studio B in Burlington. $7.

Intervale Center Tours

Walkers wise up on the rich agricultural history that made today's thriving community foods system possible. Friday, August 17, 10–11AM at Intervale Center in Burlington. Free; preregister.

Brown Bag Series

Tom McGrath of the Transportation Research Center hosts a discussion about "Certification for Sustainable Transportation and Green Coach." Decision Theater. Friday, August 17, 12–1PM at Farrell Hall, UVM in Burlington. Free.

Queen City Ghostwalk: Darkness Falls

Chills and thrills await as paranormal historian Thea Lewis recaps the city's dark and twisted past. Meet at the steps. Friday, August 17, 8PM at Burlington City Hall Park in Burlington. $13.50; arrive 10 minutes before start time.

Shakespeare in the Park: 'The Tempest'

Vermont Shakespeare Company goes overboard for the Bard’s magically stormy last play. Friday, August 17, 6PM at Oakledge Park in Burlington. $20-25; free for kids under 12; $3 parking with ticket.

Poetry Slam

Competitive poetry, live music and literary festivity abound in the bandshell at this Young Writers Project event. Friday, August 17, 6–8:30PM at Battery Park in Burlington. Free.
Saturday, August 18, 2012

Crop Mob

Hale and hearty volunteers join a guerrilla act of agriculture, harvesting onions before kicking back with snacks and live music in the fields. Rain date: Sunday, August 19. Saturday, August 18, 9AM–1PM at Intervale Center in Burlington. Free.

Burlington Waterfront Walking Tour

Get the scoop on the architecture, industrial history and characters behind the Queen City's oldest neighborhood on a stroll with Preservation Burlington. Saturday, August 18, 1–2:30PM at Waterfront Park in Burlington. $10 suggested donation.

Chittenden County's 1st Annual National Reunification Day

A bounce house, clown show, face painting and dunk tank bring Vermonters together to celebrate the trials, dedication and accomplishments of parents who were successfully reunified with their children. Saturday, August 18, 11AM–2PM at Battery Park in Burlington. Free.

Historic Tour of UVM

Folks register online, then meet at Ira Allen's statue to tour the campus' modest early clapboards and grand Victorians, led by professor emeritus William Averyt. Saturday, August 18, 10 AM at University Green, UVM in Burlington. Free.

Preservation Burlington Historic Walking Tour

Walkers and gawkers see the Queen City through an architectural and historic perspective. Meet in front of Burlington City Hall. Saturday, August 18, 11AM at Church Street Marketplace in Burlington. $10 suggested donation.

Queen City Ghostwalk: Darkness Falls

Chills and thrills await as paranormal historian Thea Lewis recaps the city's dark and twisted past. Meet at the steps. Saturday, August 18, 8PM at Burlington City Hall Park in Burlington. $13.50; arrive 10 minutes before start time.

Queen City Ghostwalk: Twisted History

Haunted Burlington author Thea Lewis induces goosebumps with hair-raising tales of the city's fascinating — and spooky — past. Meet at the fountain. Saturday, August 18, 11AM at Battery Park in Burlington. $13.50; arrive 10 minutes before start time.

Sunset & a Movie

Cinephiles screen a feature film, "The Way Back" as well as a short by a Burlington College student, in a tent on the north lawn. Bring your own seating; refreshments available for purchase; picnicking allowed. Saturday, August 18, 8PM at Burlington College in Burlington. Free.

Burlington Farmers Market

More than 90 stands overflow with seasonal produce, flowers, artisan wares and prepared foods. Saturday, August 18, 8:30AM–2PM at Burlington City Hall Park in Burlington. Free.

Open Media Workshop

Professional or novice film editors learn about various programs for mixing and enhancing all of their video assets into a single project. Saturday, August 18, 2–4PM at VCAM Studio in Burlington. Free.

VCAM Access Orientation

Video-production hounds learn basic concepts and nomenclature at an overview of VCAM facilities, policies and procedures. Saturday, August 18, 11AM–1PM at VCAM Studio in Burlington. Free.

Tea Class: Unwrapping the Mysteries of Pu'er

Tea devotee Ben Youngbear reveals the secrets of these leaves produced in China at a tea tasting and photo presentation. Saturday, August 18, 9–11AM at Dobrรก Tea in Burlington. $25.

Shakespeare in the Park: 'The Tempest'

Vermont Shakespeare Company goes overboard for the Bard’s magically stormy last play. Saturday, August 18: 2PM, 6PM at Oakledge Park in Burlington. $20-25; free for kids under 12; $3 parking with ticket.

S.J. Richard

The author of The Peacemaker shares her historical novel about a new town marshal in late 1800s Colorado. Saturday, August 18, 7PM at Phoenix Books Burlington in Burlington. Free.
Sunday, August 19, 2012

The Pennywise Pantry

On a tour of the store, shoppers create a custom template for keeping the kitchen stocked with affordable, nutritious eats. Sunday, August 19, 1–2PM at City Market in Burlington. Free.

John Duffy

Drawing on more than 350 archival letters, the editor of Ethan Allen and His Kin: Correspondence offers insight on the family's important role in early Vermont history and the Revolutionary War. Sunday, August 19, 4PM at Ethan Allen Homestead in Burlington. Free.

Shakespeare in the Park: 'The Tempest'

Vermont Shakespeare Company goes overboard for the Bard’s magically stormy last play. Sunday, August 19, 6PM at Oakledge Park in Burlington. $20-25; free for kids under 12; $3 parking with ticket.
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If you are considering listing your home for sale or buying a home or condominium in or near Burlington Vermont Real Estate or Chittenden County, please give me a call or email me to discuss the market, schools and your options. I would be delighted to assist you. I can be reached on my direct line at 802.238.5256 or email me at Chris@ChrisHurdVT.com
Events listing source: SevenDaysVT

Friday, August 3, 2012

131 Main Street, Burlington, VT 05401 (MLS # 4051003)

7th floor unit, views of the Hill in Burlington, Hardwood floors, very bright and quiet condonium unit.
131 Main Street, Burlington, VT 05401 (MLS # 4051003)

$149,900

Type Condo
Bedrooms 1
Bathrooms 1 full
Square Footage 760 sq ft
Lot Size na
Year Built 1980
Taxes $3,950.00
MLS# 4051003

Description 7th floor unit, views of the Hill in Burlington, Hardwood floors, very bright and quiet condonium unit. Convenient to everything for in town living. Garage parking available for one car.
More information regarding this property

Call Chris at 802.238.5256 for inquiries.
Visit us at: Burlington Vermont Real Estate
Chris Hurd - Burlington VT Real Estate

Events in Burlington, Vermont – August 3-5

There is much to do in Burlington, Vermont.  Below is a sample of the some of the events happening in Burlington this weekend...
Friday, August 3, 2012

The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, Set It Off, Junior Doctor, Bombardier to Pilot

Friday, August 3, 8PM at Higher Ground Ballroom in South Burlington. $13/15. All Ages.

Thirty Thousand Days: The Time of Your Life

In a conference on psychology, spirituality and eastern approaches to mental wellness, 12 presenters from around the country speak about everything from "The Curative Power of a Meaningful Life" to "Buddhism and Neuroscience" to "Deliberate Love." Friday, August 3, 9AM–5PM at Main Street Landing Performing Arts Center in Burlington. $90-300.

Queen City Tango Milonga

No partner is required for welcoming the weekend in the Argentine tradition. Wear clean, soft-soled shoes. Friday, August 3, 7:30–10PM at North End Studio B in Burlington. $7.

CUFF Cancer: Head-Shaving Event

Bzzz! Extreme haircuts raise funds and awareness for cancer-related causes. Proceeds benefit Camp Ta-Kum-Ta. Friday, August 3, 6:30PM at Top of Church Street in Burlington. $100 minimum fundraising to participate; free to watch.

Queen City Ghostwalk: Darkness Falls

Chills and thrills await as paranormal historian Thea Lewis recaps the city's dark and twisted past. Meet at the steps. Friday, August 3, 8PM at Burlington City Hall Park in Burlington. $13.50; arrive 10 minutes before start time.

Queen City Ghostwalk: Twisted History

Haunted Burlington author Thea Lewis induces goosebumps with hair-raising tales of the city's fascinating — and spooky — past. Meet at the fountain. Friday, August 3, 11AM at Battery Park in Burlington. $13.50; arrive 10 minutes before start time.

Festival of Fools

Three days of public silliness include continuous street theater, circus arts, music and comedy. Visit burlingtoncityarts.com for details. Friday, August 3, 2–10PM at Various downtown locations in Burlington. Free; donations accepted.

Keys to Credit

A class clears up the confusing world of credit. Friday, August 3, 10AM–12PM at Champlain Valley Office of Economic Opportunity in Burlington. Free.

Burlington Fringe Festival

Twelve theater groups and individuals celebrate the performing arts, Queen City-style. Look for acts by Potato Sack Pants Theater Company, MOXIE Productions, the House of LeMay and Ben Aleshire, among others. Friday, August 3, 8PM at Off Center for the Dramatic Arts in Burlington. $15. Saturday, August 4, 2012

Thirty Thousand Days: The Time of Your Life

In a conference on psychology, spirituality and eastern approaches to mental wellness, 12 presenters from around the country speak about everything from "The Curative Power of a Meaningful Life" to "Buddhism and Neuroscience" to "Deliberate Love." Saturday, August 4, 9AM–5PM at Main Street Landing Performing Arts Center in Burlington. $90-300.

Burlington Waterfront Walking Tour

Get the scoop on the architecture, industrial history and characters behind the Queen City's oldest neighborhood on a stroll with Preservation Burlington. Saturday, August 4, 1–2:30PM at Waterfront Park in Burlington. $10 suggested donation.

Historic Tour of UVM

Folks register online, then meet at Ira Allen's statue to tour the campus' modest early clapboards and grand Victorians, led by professor emeritus William Averyt. Saturday, August 4, 10 AM at University Green, UVM in Burlington. Free.

Preservation Burlington Historic Walking Tour

Walkers and gawkers see the Queen City through an architectural and historic perspective. Meet in front of Burlington City Hall. Saturday, August 4, 11AM at Church Street Marketplace in Burlington. $10 suggested donation.

Queen City Ghostwalk: Darkness Falls

Chills and thrills await as paranormal historian Thea Lewis recaps the city's dark and twisted past. Meet at the steps. Saturday, August 4, 8PM at Burlington City Hall Park in Burlington. $13.50; arrive 10 minutes before start time.

Queen City Ghostwalk: Twisted History

Haunted Burlington author Thea Lewis induces goosebumps with hair-raising tales of the city's fascinating — and spooky — past. Meet at the fountain. Saturday, August 4, 11AM at Battery Park in Burlington. $13.50; arrive 10 minutes before start time.

Festival of Fools

Three days of public silliness include continuous street theater, circus arts, music and comedy. Visit burlingtoncityarts.com for details. Saturday, August 4, 12–10PM at Various downtown locations in Burlington. Free; donations accepted.

'The Tsunami and the Cherry Blossom'

Lucy Walker's Academy Award-nominated documentary follows survivors of Japan's recent tsunami as they begin to rebuild. Proceeds support tsunami relief efforts. Saturday, August 4, 5PM at Film House, Main Street Landing Performing Arts Center in Burlington. $5.

Community Day

The local kick-off to National Community Health Center Week includes free blood-pressure and -sugar checks, classes, a tour of the new building, a bike-powered smoothie maker, face painting and balloon animals. Saturday, August 4, 10AM–2PM at Community Health Center of Burlington in Burlington. Free.

Burlington Farmers Market

More than 90 stands overflow with seasonal produce, flowers, artisan wares and prepared foods. Saturday, August 4, 8:30AM–2PM at Burlington City Hall Park in Burlington. Free.

Open Media Workshop

Professional or novice film editors learn about various programs for mixing and enhancing all of their video assets into a single project. Saturday, August 4, 2–4PM at VCAM Studio in Burlington. Free.

VCAM Access Orientation

Video-production hounds learn basic concepts and nomenclature at an overview of VCAM facilities, policies and procedures. Saturday, August 4, 11AM–1PM at VCAM Studio in Burlington. Free.

Burlington Fringe Festival

Twelve theater groups and individuals celebrate the performing arts, Queen City-style. Look for acts by Potato Sack Pants Theater Company, MOXIE Productions, the House of LeMay and Ben Aleshire, among others. Saturday, August 4, 8PM at Off Center for the Dramatic Arts in Burlington. $15. Sunday, August 5, 2012

Plant Dyes & Bee Hives

Folks field trip to the Garden of Seven Gables for a four-hour workshop on natural dyes and to Weeping Pines Farm & Apiaries to learn about small-scale honey production and processing. Sunday, August 5, 8:30AM–5PM at City Market in Burlington. $10; nonmembers will be placed on a waiting list; transportation provided.

Thirty Thousand Days: The Time of Your Life

In a conference on psychology, spirituality and eastern approaches to mental wellness, 12 presenters from around the country speak about everything from "The Curative Power of a Meaningful Life" to "Buddhism and Neuroscience" to "Deliberate Love." Sunday, August 5, 9AM–12PM at Main Street Landing Performing Arts Center in Burlington. $90-300.

Festival of Fools

Three days of public silliness include continuous street theater, circus arts, music and comedy. Visit burlingtoncityarts.com for details. Sunday, August 5, 12–7PM at Various downtown locations in Burlington. Free; donations accepted.

Citizen's Bank Lake Champlain Dragon Boat Festival

Water-bound teams of local businesses, neighborhoods and organizations represent breast-cancer survivors while paddling their way to victory on 41-foot boats. Proceeds benefit Survivorship NOW. Sunday, August 5, 8AM–5PM at Waterfront Park in Burlington. Free for spectators.

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If you are considering listing your home for sale or buying a home or condominium in or near Burlington Vermont Real Estate or Chittenden County, please give me a call or email me to discuss the market, schools and your options. I would be delighted to assist you. I can be reached on my direct line at 802.238.5256 or email me at Chris@ChrisHurdVT.com


Events listing source: SevenDaysVT