Living at Eastview

Williston Eastview Estates was built between 1984 and 1985 on 100 landscaped acres between the Essex Road/Vermont 2A corridor and the Winooski River, 1 mile south of Five Corners in Essex Junction and 3 miles north of Taft Corner in Williston. The area surrounding Eastview is predominately residential, with major commercial districts 1 mile to the north on Rt. 2A, business parks and light industrial to the west and south. The Taft Corners and Mapletree Place shopping areas with a full complement of big box stores and restaurants is three miles south on 2A.

All of Eastview's 48 units have two bedrooms, one and a half baths, attached garages, decks and fireplaces in the living rooms.

Units come in three configurations. The single-story units on the inside of the circle are 1300 sq. ft. The single-story units on the south side of Eastview Circle are 2300 sq. ft. with full, walk-out basements. The townhouses are 1350 sq. ft. See floorplans here

Where we are

Latitude: 44° 26' 15" N
Longitude: 73° 4' 7" W

Williston Eastview Estates
Essex Rd. /Vermont Route 2A
Williston, Vermont, US A
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Graph of land use by acreGeographic details

Land use by acerage details
USGS feature detail report: USGS.gov
USGS toporaphical map: topozone.com

About Williston

Williston weather, monthly averages and records at weather.com

Williston is USDA Hardiness Zone 4b Vermont Hardiness Zones. See National Gardening Association Plantfinder.

The Williston page at the Vermont 251 Club site

The Williston page at Wikipedia.org

Town of Williston public documents town.williston.vt.us, including forms, permit applications, legal notices, ordinances, town budget, growth reports and more.

Williston economics and demographics

Detailed profile of Williston at City-data.com includes Williston averages of taxable income, charitable giving, IRA payments and more.

Recent home sales in Williston at City-data.com

Williston fact sheet at Census.gov from 2000 Census including household size, median income, ancestry, housing stats, economic characteristics and more

Major Employers:

It's central position in Chittenden County and proximity to Burlington International Airport and Interstate 89 has helped Williston become home to major regional industrial parks, business parks and retail centers. Large employers include DEW Construction, S.T. Griswold, Resolution, KBA North America, Velan Valve, Sentient, U.S. Department of Immigration, UPS, and FedEx. Large retail employers include Dick's Sporting Goods, Best Buy, Walmart, Home Depot and Christmas Tree Shop. Large employeers nearby include IBM, University of Vermont, and Fletcher Allen Hospital.

Largest Vermont Utility Companies

Central Vermont Public Service Corp. (159,000 customers), Green Mountain Power Corp. (80,000 customers) and the Vermont Electric Cooperative (34,000 customers) and Burlington Electric (19,600 customers)

Population:

7,650 (2000 U.S. Census); 252.1 per sq. mile

Median Household Income:

$61,467 (2000 U.S. Census)

Public schools:

Allen Brook School, Pre-K-4; Williston Central School, K-8; Champlain Valley Union High School (in Hinesburgh), 9-12

Historic sites:

Historic buildings cataloged by location in Williston here

Williston History

Excerpt from "OUR TOWN: WILLISTON VERMONT By Richard H. Allen." Read more at williston.vt.us

"Since 1950 Williston has changed a great deal. The character of the town has changed from rural and farming to mainly suburban and industrial. In 1954, Williston joined the Greater Burlington Industrial Corporation which has been responsible for attracting industry to Chittenden County. Perhaps their greatest success has been the location of IBM in Essex Junction in 1957. The plant has steadily grown over the years and now over 8,000 people work there. This has meant significant growth for the town of Williston.

“Between 1960 and 1970, the population more than doubled. Many new houses were built, particularly off Route 2A in the western part of the town. IBM eventually expanded across the river and some of its buildings are now in Williston. The establishment of new industries in Williston also has changed the character of the town. Industrial Avenue is the center of this growth." continues

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