Ludlow Construction Services
Ludlow is an irregularly outlined town, lying in the southwestern part of the county, in lat. 43° 23′ and long. 3° 43′, bounded north by Plymouth, east by Cavendish and Chester, south by Andover and Weston, and West by Mt. Holley, in Rutland county. It was chartered by New Hampshire, September 16, 1761, to Jared LEE, Esq., and sixty-five others, in seventy-one shares, with an area of about 24,000 acres. October 16, 1792, however, 11,739 acres were taken from the western side of the town, towards forming the township of Mount Holly, in Rutland county.
Long before anyone coined the term “base lodge,” Ludlow, Vermont established a thriving four-season town, exciting marketplace and vibrant community at the base of Okemo Mountain, in the heart of the spectacular Okemo Valley. With its delightful shops and galleries, exceptional dining, lodging and unrivaled recreation all surrounded by quiet streets, country roads and scenic Vermont splendor, Ludlow, Vermont has something for everyone.
Located at the junction of Routes 100 & 103, this 150+ year-old village began life as a classic mill town powered by the rushing Black River. Fast-forward a couple years, and Ludlow is home to Okemo Mountain Resort, a thrilling year-round playground with world-class amenities, trendsetting innovations and spectacular mountain vistas. You may come for the mountain and discover the town, just as easily as the other way round. Come spring and summer, skiers and snowboarders give way to hiking, fishing and some of the best golfing found anywhere in New England. Fall means festivals, craft fairs, fine dining and shopping, to say nothing of our breathtaking fall foliage.
Source: Your place in Vermont & Roots Web Ancestry