Located on the shores of the Great Sacandaga Lake, the town of Edinburg is within the limits of Adirondack Park. It is home to a combination of year-round and seasonal residents. The lake actually divides the town, which is connected by the 3,000-foot Batchellerville Bridge. This town has a decidedly rural feel and is popular among retirees. The population density here is very low, meaning that there's plenty of space between neighbors. This is the perfect town for those who enjoy outdoor activities and prefer a quiet lifestyle.
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With a population of 1,360, Edinburg is a small town in Saratoga County. The median age here is 49.2 and the demographics are mostly white (98.5%), black (0.08%), Asian (0.08%), multi-racial (0.7%), and Hispanic (0.4%). The residents tend to lean conservative. Saratoga County voted Republican in three of the past five presidential elections. They voted Democratic in 2012 and 2008.
The median home value is $218,000, which is higher than the national average. The vast majority of residents own their homes. Those who rent pay an average of $725 a month. Browse the newest real estate listings in Edinburg, NY.
Students in Edinburg benefit from the fairly small class sizes. There are approximately 8.5 students per teacher. The top public schools serving the town are Broadalbin-Perth Intermediate School, Broadalbin-Perth High School, Broadalbin-Perth Middle School, Stuart M. Townsend Middle School, and Northville Elementary School. Nearby secondary schools include Skidmore College, SUNY Empire State College, Fulton-Montgomery Community College, and Adirondack Community College. Find homes in Edinburg by school district.
The median household income in Edinburg is $58,786, which is just over $3,000 more than the national average. The cost of living is also just slightly more than the U.S. average. The top industries here are construction, educational service, public administration, healthcare, and food and beverage stores. The most common occupations are production jobs, information and record clerks, sales workers and truck drivers, and management jobs.
This town is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts. It's a popular destination for water sports, boating, winter sports, and snowmobiling. The Adirondack Mountains are also an incredible destination for those who enjoy camping and hiking. Edinburg is just a 45-minute drive from Lake George and 1 hour away from the city of Albany.
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