Old North End is a neighborhood in Burlington, Vermont with a population of 11,114. Old North End is in Chittenden County. Living in Old North End offers residents an urban suburban mix feel and most residents rent their homes. In Old North End there are a lot of bars, restaurants, coffee shops, and parks. Many young professionals live in Old North End and residents tend to be liberal. The public schools in Old North End are above average.
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The ONE is arguably one of the most diverse sections of Burlington. It contributes great culture to Burlington with many stores and shops owned by refugees.
Burlington prides itself on local businesses, and while some of them, such as Downtown Threads and Second Time around are great to find thrift shop deals, others such as Dear Lucy and City Market are meant to attract a wealthier tourist crowd. This makes these places inaccessible to locals who cannot afford the prices of local merchandise.
There are many nice houses, but also many apartments that are not well maintained or are trashed by the college students who occupy them. As it is a college town, there is a variety of housing, but for the most part, it is also a very family-friendly area as well. The cost of living is incredibly expensive in comparison to some other major cities/college towns.