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There is something characteristically American about the idea of Main Street. Whether a place for the locals to hang out, or the go-to destination of visitors to town, Main Street is oftentimes the heart and soul of a city or town. So why not consider moving your business to Main Street America!  And, it just happens that we have the perfect property for you in one of the most perfect small town’s in America – Millerton, NY!   Fodor’s has even listed Millerton as “one of the best small town’s in America!”

Millerton, NY is just two hours north of New York City by car or train and it’s located on the border of Connecticut and 30 minutes from Massachusetts, making it part of the Tri-State region.  It is a small town that has cultivated its own unique flair with its independent businesses and local commerce.   Some long-time favorites Saperstein’s, Terni’s, The Moviehouse and Oblong Books have made Millerton their home for more than 30 years!   Others like Harney Tea, Gilmor Glass and Irving Farm Coffeehouse also now call Millerton home.

So now, hopefully we’ve sold you on the town, let’s sell you on the property!  Dutchess Country Realty is offering this stately Main Street Millerton home, a centerpiece of the Village of Millerton, for sale for the first time in over 50 years.  It was formerly owned by a long-time Millerton family who ran the Northeast Pharmacy on Main Street in Millerton that today is 52 Main.  This Dutch Colonial Revival built between 1890 with additions through 1930, is extremely characteristic of the period.  It includes a gambrel roof, flared eves, dormers, beautiful wood floors and period moldings, a center staircase, and a nice fireplace with moldings and built-in shelves.  The home is located on Main Street and suitable for both a residence and a business.  There is ample business parking on Century Blvd right behind the property.

Great asking price $329,000.  For more on the specifics of this property click here.  To set-up an appointment to come and see this property click here or call Brad Rebillard at 845-702-4290.