ⓘ Starksboro, Vermont

                                     

ⓘ Starksboro, Vermont

Starksboro is located in the northeast corner of Addison County, along the western edge of the Green Mountains. Vermont Route 116 runs through the town center, leading north to Hinesburg and South Burlington and south to Bristol and East Middlebury. Vermont Route 17 crosses the southern part of the town, leading east across the Green Mountains to Mad River Glen ski area and the town of Waitsfield, and west to Bristol and the Champlain Valley.

According to the Bureau of U.S. census, Starksboro total area of 45.9 square miles 118.8 km 2, of which, 45.7 square miles 118.3 km 2 of Land and 0.19 sq km 0.5 km 2, or 0.42%, is water.

                                     
  • The Starksboro Village Meeting House is a historic church and town hall on Vermont Route 116 in the village center of Starksboro Vermont It was built
  • South Starksboro Friends Meeting House and Cemetery is a historic Quaker meeting house and cemetery on Dan Sargent Road in Starksboro Vermont Built
  • includes all of the Addison County towns of Bristol, Lincoln, Monkton, and Starksboro As of the 2000 census, the state as a whole had a population of 608, 827
  • David Mason is a master stone - wall mason from Starksboro Vermont He was born in the village and has lived his whole life there. His dry stone stacking
  • Complex is a former industrial site on State Prison Hollow Road in Starksboro Vermont With an industrial history dating to the 1790s, the surviving mill
  • 9.40 km2 in two blocks in Vermont Steven s Block comprises 1, 680 acres 6.8 km2 in Fayston, Buels Gore and Starksboro in Chittenden and Washington
  • town of Bristol. Route 116 then continues north through the towns of Starksboro and Hinesburg before passing through the eastern portion of Shelburne
  • 193 Lincoln 1, 152 Orwell 1, 150 New Haven 1, 107 Bridport 956 Monkton 912 Starksboro 902 Addison 851 Cornwall 850 Salisbury 692 Granville 544 Ripton 525 Weybridge
  • Vermont businessman and political figure who served as mayor of the city of Burlington from 1868 to 1870. Phineas Dodge Ballou was born in Starksboro
  • Kelley born May 26, 1990 is an American alpine ski racer from Starksboro Vermont Kelley specializes in the technical events of Slalom and Giant Slalom
  • Copper Country. Samuel Worth Hill was born on November 9 1815 in Starksboro Vermont to Richard and Betsey Hill. He was educated in a Friends school