Putney, Vermont 05346
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The town of Putney, Vermont in Windham County is located just north of Dummerston and Brattleboro in southern Vermont. The Putney Town Hall was built in 1871. The Putney Town Hall building has served as the Town’s Library, Post Office and since the 1960’s- the Putney Town Offices. The building is listed on the National Register for Historic Places and is a prominent feature of the Putney Village Historic District. Putney Village was built around Sacketts Brook which provided water power for early mills.
Landmark Trust USA, Historical Vacation Rentals, 707 Kipling Rd., Dummerston, VT 05301 | 802-257-7783
The Landmark Trust USA, Extraordinary vacations in amazing historic homes, is a not-for-profit Vermont corporation that restores historically significant properties then offers them, fully-equipped and fully furnished, as vacation rentals so people can appreciate a former period, a former life style. We have 5 properties; Rudyard Kipling's home - Naulakha, a former Sugar House, 2 farm houses, and Kipling's Carriage House.
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Great Falls Regional Chamber of Commerce, 17 Depot St., Bellows Falls, VT 05101 | 802-463-4280
The Greater Falls Regional Chamber of Commerce can help you with information on the Vermont Towns of Bellows Falls, Rockingham, Athens, Grafton, Putney, Saxton's RIver, and Westminster, along with the New Hampshire towns of Alstead, Charlestown, Walpole and North Walpole. Please visit this wonderful area of the Connecticut Valley for your next getaway.
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Putney Vermont was founded in 1753. Putney is the home of several innovative schools, including the Putney School, Landmark College, and the Greenwood School and Institute. Putney is a commercial, educational and tourism center surrounded by farmland. The popular Vermont Attraction, Basketville, is located here. Major Putney manufacturers include specialty foods, high tech products, arts and crafts, jewelry makers, and professional services. Putney points of interest include Basketville, Putney General Store, Vermont Weaving School, Hiden Springs Maple, Green Mountain Orchards, Hickory Ridge House B&B, Putney Mountain Winery, J.D. McCliment’s Pub, Brandywine Glassworks, The Endless Thread, Silver Forest of Vermont, Green Mountain Spinnery, Curtis’ BBQ, and Putney Food Coop. Famous Boston Red Sox slugger Ted Williams’ only son, John Henry Williams (August 27, 1968 – March 6, 2004) , grew up on a farm near Putney. To share updated Putney, VT information, contact us. Learn more about advertising in VTLiving.
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Putney Town Offices: 802-387-5862
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