Alison Cummings

Alison Cummings

Lang McLaughry Real Estate

Londonderry, VT

Direct: (802) 824-1011

Mobile: (802) 236-7564

Work: (802) 824-3113

Born in Santa Barbara California, Alison Cummings relocated to Vermont in 1966 when her family moved back East. Almost a native, Alison has lived in our local area since she was a small child making her knowledge of the area intimate. She attended Flood Brook Elementary, Vermont Academy and University of Vermont. Alison spent much of her youth ski racing, in both alpine and cross country events. In her spare time she participated in activities such as biking, horseback riding, gardening and making maple syrup here in the local area.

Alison is a member of the Professional Ski Instructors Educational Staff, having credentials as both an Examiner and as an Advanced Children’s Educator. Stratton Mountain has been Alison’s passion for over 30 years. There, she is the Assistant Director of the Stratton Snowsports School, overseeing staff training and daily operations.

Prior to joining the real estate industry in 2006, Alison spent her summer months as a landscape gardener in the Manchester and Dorset Vermont area. Alison operated her own company for 25 years which included designing, installing and maintaining many perennial gardens in this locale.

Alison has extensive knowledge of older home restoration and renovation. Alison’s expertise allows her to see a homes true potential while also helping home buyers find a unique location that fits their lifestyle and budget. Her local knowledge of southern Vermont is key to helping guide buyers to that special spot they may one day call home.

Alison spends her free time skiing, or in Windham, Vermont where she is lovingly renovating her own farmhouse that was built in the 1700’s. She divides her time between her many passions, several of which are at her farm. The farm is home to three horses, a dog, extensive perennial gardens and an antique shop. Alison resides there with her husband Chris.

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