Rental home styles within Vermont range from large four-bedroom classic colonials to cozy log cabins. Architectural features include both modern contemporary designs as well as the older traditional homesteads. Rental offerings include Victorians and Tudors as well as bungalows and Craftsmans. Swiss-style chalets are another popular style that are often seen near lakes and resort areas.
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Often referred to as the Green Mountain state, Vermont consists of several distinctive regions. Despite the state's colder climate, the Northern Region of Vermont has several vineyards that produce quality wines. Several lakes are located in this uppermost portion of the state that borders Canada, including Lake Memphremagog in Newport. The Central Region is well known for producing fine cheeses and delicious maple syrup. The capital city of Montpelier is located in central Vermont, which is also home to the famous Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream. There are several historical sites located within the southern Vermont region, which reflect the classic traditions of New England. This portion of the state abounds with rich fertile land where local farmers produce milk and raise quality beef for the food industry.