New England in Full Color

Homes with Spectacular Fall Foliage on Display

As a kaleidoscope of reds, oranges, and yellows takes over Northeast landscapes, people flock to New England in droves to witness the fall foliage for themselves – and get the ultimate autumn Instagram picture. In fact, the US Forest Service says fall in New England brings in around $8 billion in tourism revenue.

For those that call New England home, they’re lucky enough to watch the transition and truly make the most of the colorful display for as long as it lasts. Here, we’ve gathered a few current listings for a spot of virtual leaf peeping.

When the photos are this beautiful, it’s safe to say that being at Star Hill Farm will be breathtaking. On over 180 acres in South Woodstock, VT, this hillside home is a country oasis that embodies all that makes New England special: particularly its fall foliage. Get inspired by these views, this lifestyle, and this property.

The views from this Stowe, Vermont home completely embody its name: Panorama. On a private, top-of-the-hill setting, this shingle-style residence has views from Mount Mansfield to the valleys below.

In the Berkshires, 181 West Road sits down a quiet back road. Enjoy the changing colors from inside the country contemporary home or from the year-round hot tub out on the patio.  

Want a front row seat as Mount Monadnock bursts into color each fall? Sand Hill, a 183-acre property in Peterborough, New Hampshire, has booming views of the mountain from both the main house and the guest barn.

Rockport Harbor Views looks out over the harbor, village, and the Camden Hills, which means that each autumn the varied landscape lights up with the changing colors. The main house, a transformed church, makes the most of the setting with large windows and plenty of outdoor entertaining space.

Woodstock, Vermont was voted the most beautiful town in America by Conde Nast Traveler. From Three Church Street, at the heart of the picturesque village, it’s easy to see why, particularly each October. 

It seems only right that a home inspired by New England’s iconic covered bridges would have such spectacular New England views. Sitting on a 240-acre property, Deerwood (the Bridge House) sits on the crest of a sloping meadow and enjoys views of the Worcester Range.

Get a closer look at the foliage on the wide trails that run through Long Hill Farm and connect to the GMHA and VAST networks. This Woodstock home sits on 573 acres and backs up to the Coolidge State Forest. Just imagine all you’ll be able to see!

Finally, there’s pastoral Fleetwood Farm, in Tamworth, NH. No need to look far for changing colors at this 56-acre property – they’re around every corner!