South Burlington, Vermont
Interested in real estate in South Burlington Vermont? Located in Chittenden County between the shores of Lake Champlain and the Green Mountains, South Burlington, Vermont was first chartered in 1865. Home to approximately 18,000 residents, the City supports a vibrant hospitality, retail, medical, and corporate business community with regional and national reach. South Burlington is known for excellent public schools and recreational opportunities, dedicated city services, and livable neighborhoods. (View Map)
In 1864, the Legislature incorporated the City of Burlington from what was then the village of Burlington and about 10,000 acres of the original New Hampshire Grant town of Burlington. Concurrently, the remainder of the original town was designated the Town of South Burlington, which, in turn, became Vermont’s newest city by Act of Incorporation in 1971. Despite the name, the city is as much east of Burlington as south, curving around Burlington in a rough crescent from east to south.
Two major state highways enter South Burlington (US 7 from the south and US 2 from the east), historically and still primarily carrying traffic into and out of Burlington. As a result, the city has two distinct and widely separated business districts (with the largest mall in the state leaning things towards a third), but not a “downtown” city center.
The South Burlington School District contains Chamberlin School, Frederick H. Tuttle Middle School, Orchard School, Rick Marcotte Central School, and South Burlington High School.
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