Dutch Colonial Revival – 81 Main St. Millerton, NY

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A centerpiece of the Village of Millerton and the first offering in over 50 years.  Lovingly built from 1890 to 1930 in various forms, the Dutch Colonial Revival is distinguished by its gambrel roof, flared eves and the frequent use of dormers, a style of construction that offers flexibility, lending to various uses for homes or businesses.  The Village of Millerton in Dutchess County NY, has gained its place among as among “one of the coolest small towns in the America’ as noted in a New York Times article, and several other endearing write-ups. The home has a great location in the Village with two road frontages and the grounds have the room for the gardener or business in need of parking.  Just Listed. $430,000