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Life Swap: What If You Left New York?

Into the Woods
The Bowery isn’t for everyone, even if you do live in the newest, shiniest loft space available. So if you were to forgo the urban charms of downtown, you couldn’t go to a more different place than Norwich, Vermont, where the proceeds from that apartment will get you a 26-acre estate that includes a shingled 4,750-square-foot main house, a guest cottage, a pool house (for the gunite pool), and a huge garage containing two Kubota tractors. No bodegas in town, but transplants accustomed to regular deli runs have nearby Dan and Whit’s, a much-loved general store that claims, If we don’t have it, you don’t need it.


195 Bowery
The Facts: Two-bedroom, two-bath, 1,811-square-foot loft.
Asking Price: $2.45 million.
Maintenance: $1,328 per month.
Agents: Samantha Behringer and Alison Root, Prudential Douglas Elliman.


Norwich, Vermont
The Facts: A house on 26 acres of land near Dartmouth College.
Asking Price: $2.45 million.
Agent: Barbara Fox, Fox Residential.


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