We’re starting our week in Millerton right in the center of the village, walking distance to local amenities…
…and by amenities, we mean: Moviehouse, Harney & Sons teashop, Oakhurst Diner, Oblong Books, Irving Farm Coffee House, the local farmers market, public library, the Harlem Valley Rail Trail, and two elementary schools. There’s more, of course, but you should probably just go visit Millerton and see for yourself what’s there.
Meanwhile, this Millerton village home sits right within strolling distance of all of it. This property is more than just a great location, though. It’s also a pretty face with a prettier interior. Let’s take a closer look.
The 1920s-built home includes three bedrooms, two baths, and 1,680 square feet. It also boasts a host of tastefully-restore details like wood trim/door frames, moldings, and wood floors, even the glass doorknobs. Front entrance opens onto a wood stair case with French doors opening to the living room.
The living room opens into the formal dining room with big windows and exposed brick…
…which, in turn, opens into the updated kitchen with center island and sliding glass doors that lead to the back deck.
Upstairs, you’ll find the bedrooms, and up from that, a full finished attic. Also includes a full basement.
The quarter-acre property is situated on the Webatuk Creek. Enjoy it from the back deck.
The village of Millerton is located in northeast Dutchess County near the New York/Connecticut border. Rhinebeck and the Hudson River are a half-hour to the west, and NYC is less than two hours to the south.
Can you picture yourself in this Millerton village home? Find out more about 5896 S. Elm Avenue, Millerton from George T. Whalen Real Estate.
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