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    North of NYC North of NYC By Houlihan Lawrence By Houlihan Lawrence by

    When real estate agents boast about a property’s location, don’t they mean to highlight a home’s “proximity?” A place that’s close enough to easily access not only the things we need, but the things that make us our most happiest too?

    Close your eyes and travel to Millbrook, one of Dutchess County’s most picturesque and esteemed towns revered for its cultural elegance and world-renowned equestrian events. A stone’s throw away from the Taconic State Parkway and the Metro-North Hudson line, one could easily take a day-trip into New York City or choose to relax amongst the quietude.

    Picture the village itself, a small-town main street dotted with local retail shops, fine dining venues and historical landmarks that bring Millbrook’s new-age mentality and old-school charm together. The village gives way to breathtaking farmland and a beautiful natural setting, as its located just east of the Hudson River’s midpoint. Each year, the world’s best compete at the Millbrook Horse Trials and Fitch’s Corner Horse Trials, two events that put mastery and excellence on center stage.

    Now open your eyes. You’re standing within the walls of a loft, a loft similar to those seen in any major city with high ceilings, exposed brick and spacious windows. But when you look outside these windows, you notice groves of trees, rolling hills and earthy quietness not experienced in any sort of city setting.

    The Millbrook Lofts present this loft-style living reminiscent of those commonplace in any large metro—but they offer the opportunity for a quieter lifestyle, allowing you to determine the pace of your day. Currently, eight loft-style condominium homes are up for sale, all ranging from 1,200 to 2,000 square feet/one- to two-bedroom loft units.

    To see this picture in real-time, contact the Houlihan LawrenceMillbrook office at 845-677-6161. To find out more about Millbrook, visit the Community Pages portion of our website.