Homebuyer Information for Shelburne, Vermont
Shelburne, VT was chartered in 1763. The town has a population of 7,144 as of the 2010 Census, with a population density of 285.6 people per square mile. Shelburne is home to about 2,740 housing units at a density of 112 per square mile. Shelburne is known in the local area as a desirable community with an outstanding school district. The median age is 41 with a median household income of $68,000.
Shelburne is conveniently located just 7 miles south of Burlington and borders the city of South Burlington to the north and the town of Charlotte to the south. Shelburne is located off the shores of Lake Champlain and the town maintains a beach on the lake with a boat launch and nature park.
While Shelburne is a safe, historic, and quiet community with a low crime rate; it is conveniently located close to the Hospital, Airport, and main shopping centers in the area, as well as some of Vermont's largest employers. Shelburne is located on US route 7, which is the main north-south artery in western Vermont; connecting the towns of St. Albans to Middlebury, while interstate 89 and US route 2 are only a few short miles away.
Shelburne is home to several area attractions such as The Shelburne Museum, Shelburne Farms, and the Vermont Teddy Bear Company. Shelburne offers community events, including a farmers market and a summer concert series hosted by Shelburne Farms.
If you are interested in buying a home in Shelburne, or ready to sell your home in Shelburne - contact All Star Realty. We can assist you with finding the perfect home or buyer.