Links Magazine Awards Quechee Lakes, Vermont as One of "America's 100 Premier Properties 2007-2008"

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Quechee Lakes is distinguished by Links Magazine, the authoritative guide to golf real estate, in recognition of its championship golf courses and distinctive amenities.

Quechee Lakes has again been named one of "America's 100 Premier Properties" by Links Magazine, an award winning publication that features The Best of Golf. Quechee Lakes is Vermont's only residential community to be designated in this distinguished listing and has been selected each year since 2002.

The magazine's annual Premier Properties Guide, published every November, reinforces Quechee Lakes' position as the premier second home destination in Vermont, and one of the best places to play golf in New England.

Quechee Lakes is home to the Highland and Lakeland courses. Designed by Geoffrey Cornish, one of the world's foremost golf course architects, the courses feature spectacular layouts and dramatic finishing holes that have earned accolades from Golf Digest, Golfweek and Vermont Golf magazines, in addition to Links Magazine. This past July 17th to 19th, Quechee Lakes hosted the New England Amateur Championship featuring 162 of the region's best golfers.

The Highland Course plays just over 6,765 yards from the back tees and features a combination of gently rolling and elevated, tree-lined fairways, along with rock walls and bunkers. The Lakeland Course measures approximately 6,570 yards from the back tees and presents more of a links-style design that incorporates trees, bunkers, and water features. A long stretch of the Ottauquechee River runs adjacent to the course.

"It is a great honor to be selected among the best of the thousands of golf-course communities in the country," said Oleg A. Vyadro, managing director of inSegment, the exclusive sales and marketing agency for The Quechee Lakes Company. "Our golf community is distinguished not only by the variety and challenges of the courses themselves, but by our wide range of activities that keep every member of the family active and happy."

Residents of the 5,200 acre community receive exclusive membership rights to the two championship golf courses, a state-of-the-art clubhouse, an indoor/outdoor pool, a fitness center, walking trails, tennis courts, ski slopes and other recreational amenities in pristine natural surroundings. In addition to its private amenities, fine dining, theater and shopping are nearby in the historic villages of Woodstock, Vt., and Hanover, N.H.

Within an easy two-hour drive from Boston, and a short flight from LaGuardia International Airport in New York, Quechee Lakes is synonymous with clean air and good living in the heart of New England.

For more information about things to do in the area and for help planning an itinerary, call or email the Quechee Lakes Concierge, a complimentary VIP service from The Quechee Lakes Company, (888) 819-8091.

About Quechee Lakes:

Quechee Lakes is Vermont's premier second home destination, conveniently located within a 15-minute drive of Dartmouth College in Hanover, N.H., and the historic village of Woodstock, Vt. The 5,200-acre luxury community boasts an impressive array of townhomes, single-family homes and private home sites to custom build. All purchases include membership in the exclusive Quechee Club, featuring two championship golf courses, a ski hill and more. For more information, visit or call the sales center at (888) 819-8091.

Quechee Lakes is a two hour drive from Boston, four hours from NY (an hour flight from LaGuardia Airport) and less than three hours from CT.

About the Developer:

The Quechee Lakes Company is Quechee Lakes' largest residential real estate firm and landowner. It is owned by an affiliate of Taurus Investment Holdings, LLC, an international real estate company ( ).

inSegment, Inc. of Needham, Mass., is the exclusive sales and marketing agency for The Quechee Lakes Company ( ).

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Collette Ricard

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