The New North End

The New North End

New North End

Venture further up North Avenue, or take the “Beltline” (a bypass connecting the Old North End to Colchester) to the New North End which extends to the borders of Colchester, encompasses much of Burlington’s waterfront, including North Beach and Leddy Park, and is home to the City’s only public High School, Burlington High School, as well as Rock Point School, J. J. Flynn Elementary School, C. P. Smith Elementary School, and Lyman C. Hunt Middle School. The New North End is undergoing a substantial revitalization for both commercial and residential development. It also boasts the high-end residential development of single-family homes along the valuable waterfront property of Appletree Bay and Appletree Point.

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A View from the Multi Use Bikepath

  • Boundaries: North Avenue near Lakeview Cemetery and up to the northern city line, with the Intervale and Winooski River to the east.

  • Hot spots: Appletree Point, very exclusive with homes overlooking Lake Champlain, some with private beach access; the northeast area, where some homes have river views; the lower part of North Avenue, below Killarney Drive, with homes still close to beaches

  • Parks: Ethan Allen Park, Leddy Park, North Beach Park, Winooski Valley Park District

  • Closest schools: Burlington High School, Lyman C. Hunt Middle School, J.J. Flynn Elementary School, C.P. Smith Elementary School

  • Points of interest: Easy access to bike path; proximity to grocery stores, pharmacies and dry cleaners; Ethan Allen Homestead Museum; Starr Farm Dog Park and soccer field; Gordon H. Paquette Ice Arena; Route 127 connector to Old North End or points north.