Ferrisburgh, located 15 miles south of Burlington in the Lake Champlain Valley, has a population of roughly 3,000. It was founded in 1762, and still has many dairy farms operating by descendants of the town's first settlers.
Farm businesses and maple syrup developers are other significant businesses in Ferrisburgh while many also chose to work in nearby Burlington or Middlebury but live in Ferrisburgh for its quiet lifestyle and outdoor activities.
Ferrisburgh residents enjoy the longest beachfront of any community situated along Lake Champlain; 21 miles to be exact. Needless to say, there are a plethora of water activities available as well as fishing in any of Ferrisburgh's 4 creeks that run through town.
This residential lakefront community offers the new owner a nicely wooded private lot to build a 4 bedroom home along with deeded access and shared dock on Lake Champlain...
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