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Grand Isle County, Vermont, United States of America (44.70674 -73.30426)
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 195 square miles (510 km2), of which 82 square miles (210 km2) is land and 113 square miles (290 km2) (58%) is water. It has the highest proportion of water coverage of any county in the state. It is the smallest county in Vermont by area, and the second-smallest by population (behind Essex County). Four of its five towns (North Hero, South Hero, Grand Isle and Isle La Motte) are situated entirely on islands in Lake Champlain, while Alburgh is on a peninsula (an exclave known as the Alburgh Tongue) extending south into the lake from Quebec. The highest elevation in the county is only 279 feet on the west side of South Hero. The Lake shoreline elevation is generally 99' above sea level.
Brookwood Estates, Rutland, Rutland County, Vermont, 05701, United States of America (43.61340 -72.93205)
Coordinates: 43.59340 -72.95205 43.63340 -72.91205 - Minimum elevation: 164 m - Maximum elevation: 728 m - Average elevation: 365 m