Millbrook, New York, is located in Dutchess County in the Hudson Valley and is surrounded by a handful of other small, charming towns and cities. There is a distinct community feel here, and the promise of relaxed, easy living. Most neighbors know each other, and that offers a comfortable sense of belonging that many new residents find appealing. Millbrook is home to lovely outdoor spaces and gardens, historic architecture, and the convenience of living near the Wassaic train station, which provides easy access to large metro areas.
Millbrook’s rolling countrysides provide a beautiful backdrop for its quiet and affluent residential communities, where top-dollar residences in a variety of architectural styles are nestled atop spacious lots and tree-lined streets. Millbrook’s real estate is thriving, as are its outdoor recreational amenities, which are found a stone’s throw away from most homes. Numerous parks and trails provide equestrians, hikers, and bicyclists the opportunity to indulge in the area’s abundant natural resources. This makes it ideal for those who are looking for a second home or a place to retire, work remotely, or just get away from it all. Known as a low-key version of The Hamptons, Millbrook is the ideal location for those looking for an upscale retreat from big-city living.
Millbrook is ideal for people looking for a full-time or part-time escape from crowded, noisy city living. With its historical architecture, upscale living, and tight-knit community, Millbrook is an attractive alternative to the hustle and bustle of urban life.
The village is located between Connecticut and the East Hudson River and enjoys close proximity to a number of other charming towns. While the town is small, it's big on outdoor recreation and boasts plentiful opportunities to shop and dine within its borders.
Residents love the area’s strong sense of community, where strolling along Franklin Avenue is a social occasion, as locals can't help but stop and chat with neighbors. When locals aren’t visiting small businesses or family-operated restaurants, they are found fishing, mountain bike riding, and patronizing local art galleries.
There are a number of dining options for residents and visitors, along with a charming handful of cafes, inns, and shops. For a special dinner, you will enjoy Cafe Les Baux, a highly regarded French restaurant with plenty of charm and delicious food. Millbrook Cafe offers tasty American cuisine and is a great place for dinner in a casual environment. Also on Franklin Avenue is Barbaro, a local favorite for a nice dinner and drinks.
Millbrook Antique Center is a wonderful way to spend a Saturday afternoon and there is always something new to see. If you are looking for the perfect gift, be sure to visit Juniper by Jennifer Moriarty, a favorite shop among locals. For women's fashion, stop by J. McLaughlin to browse the latest styles.
Residents love the wealth of activities that can be found in Millbrook and the surrounding areas. For nature lovers and garden connoisseurs, Innisfree Garden is a delightful attraction and is recognized as one of the world's ten best gardens.
Millbrook is also home to Millbrook Golf & Tennis Club. Perfect your game while enjoying the great outdoors. Here you’ll also find trails, fishing spots, wide open spaces, and plenty of sports and recreational activities.
The Millbrook Central School District serves the community of Millbrook.
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