We get it: You want something old, and you want something new. Tall order? Maybe, but this Millbrook renovated Victorian makes it seem all too possible…
Untouched in its new incarnation, this house was originally built in the early 1900s. The brand-new renovation highlights its turn-of-the-century character right from the facade while staying true to its Queen Anne roots, wrap-around front porch included.
Inside, an expansive, 2,600-square-foot interior awaits, crisp-white with hardwood floors, brick living room fireplace, slider doors, and stainless steel kitchen on the first floor.
Every square inch got The Works, including three large bedrooms awash in natural light. The three full baths have been remodeled, as well.
Here’s a sweet bonus: The .31-acre property comes with this darling light blue carriage house that would make a great workshop, guest house, studio, or…the perfect place to park your carriage. As to where you’ll park your horses, though, we can’t help you with that one. You can, however, park your kids and pets in the fenced-in back yard, comfortably shaded by tall trees.
Walkable to the village of Millbrook restaurants, shops, schools, and the local farmers market. Millbrook is located in central Dutchess County, east of the Hudson River, less than 10 minutes from the nearest Taconic State Parkway exit. Less than 2 hours from NYC.
Find out more about 3308 Franklin Avenue, Millbrook from Neil Charles Real Estate.
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