The Town of Ferrisburgh occupies 21 miles of Lake Champlain shoreline (the most frontage of any town in the State), with a population of roughly 2800 residents. Because of its extensive proportion of lakeshore, much of its population arrives for the summer months to occupy lakefront cottages and summer homes. Its landscapes are classic Champlain Valley with flat to rolling hills made of agriculturally valuable soils (there remain 28 operating dairy farms within its borders). The Otter Creek enters Lake Champlain in Ferrisburgh, between Fields and Porter Bays. The Town is situated halfway between Burlington to the North and Middlebury to the South, its year-round residents not associated with farming, make the easy commute in either direction for work. Adjacent Vergennes also supplies Ferrisburgh residents with work, shopping, dining, and entertainment.
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05473 = halfway between Burlington and Middlebury (options!), fertile farmland, vibrant lakeshore, and a community committed to its own.
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