The Town of Fort Edward is a predominantly rural waterfront community in New York’s Washington County. The Town is situated along the eastern shoreline of the Hudson River approximately 45 miles north of Albany. Part of the Hudson River Valley, the 35-square mile town has long been and continues be a viable agricultural community with gently rolling terrain and mountain views.
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