Chester, Vermont

The Tuttles were off on another Vermont adventure; leaf peeping and exploring picturesque New England towns like this one… Established in 1761, the tiny, quaint town of Chester, Vermont charmed us with its mix of Victorian and Federal-style architecture, antique shops and art galleries, an old cemetery, and surrounding Green Mountain peaks and rolling countryside dotted with red barns. the town green covered in crunchy fallen leavesInn Victoria, 1851a beautifully restored purple Victorian gingerbread ‘carpenter gothic’ houseour girlhydrangea tree blossom that has turned from white to a vibrant coral pink

I could live in this Federal-style home.