Millbrook NY

Millbrook NY Real Estate Listings



Millbrook NY Real Estate

Homes For Sale In Millbrook NY

Millbrook NY is horse country, first and foremost. If you're looking for equestrian real estate in the Hudson Valley, Millbrook is a perfect place to begin. Millbrook residents often run into their neighbors at the grocery store in riding breeches and boots. The countryside is mainly rolling fields, perfect for horses and beautifully framed by well-maintained fencing. Besides that, Millbrook is a picturesque Dutchess County NY village in the town of Washington. It's charming, uncrowded, and well-known for its antique shops.




Millbrook Properties For Sale

No listings were found matching your search criteria.




Things To Do In Millbrook, NY


Relax in the elegant ambience of Millbrook Country House after a day’s house-hunting. A stream runs through the Cottonwood Motel landscape. Have a luxurious Millbrook Inn stay. See our list...  

Sports & Outdoor Activities

The beautiful gardens at Innisfree were over 50 years in the making. Join a local tradition at Millbrook Golf & Tennis. Enjoy Millbrook Tribute Gardens right in the center of town. See our list...  

Arts & Entertainment

Saturday night jazz at Millbrook Vineyards & Winery. Millbrook Arts Group presents events all year-round. The Music Barn hosts rising stars in classical music in a lovely rural setting. See our list...  

Farms & Markets

Hoofprint makes artisanal goat cheeses, yogurt & raw goat’s milk. Kildare Stables is a boarding & sales facility. Soukup Farms has made delicious maple syrup since the 1950s. See our list...  


Croque-Madame at Café les Baux. Shrimp Capri at Millbrook Café. Crème Brûlée Cheesecake & Chocolate Sauce at Barbaro. Sundried Tomato Gnocchi Bolognese at Charlotte’s. See our list...  

Fitness & Lifestyle

Learn about non-invasive body contouring at Lily’s MediSpa. Millbrook Yoga has a variety of practices for any level. Millbrook Movement & Wellness is a Gyrotonic®  method studio. See our list...  


Merritt Bookstore has something for readers of all ages. Bottle Shop Antiques is the place to go for architectural salvage. Work with a stylist at J. McLaughlin for your best look. See our list...  


Wine tastings, music, and Art in the Loft are all at Millbrook Vineyards & Winery. Misfit Farm will get you onto a horse. Take in the view at Barton Orchards - they have a zipline! See our list...  

There's so much to do in Millbrook, NY - it can be hard to decide! Contact one of our Local Experts at Village Green Realty. We'd love to give you our recommendation on the best things to do in Millbrook.




Millbrook NY History and Lifestyle

Millbrook Homes For Sale


Millbrook’s first fox hunt “in the English manner” was held in 1899, and the Millbrook Hunt (one of the country's premier equestrian organizations) formed in 1907. It's always diverting to know the history of a place, and so be able to imagine the every-day life of the town in years past. In Millbrook, it’s easy to picture the way the town looked without automobiles and paved roads. There are so many beautiful old buildings, huge old trees and stone walls.

The Millbrook Historical Society has tracked the village’s evolution; it originally comprised two enclaves which, despite being separated by little more than a mile, were founded for different reasons: Quakers built a brick meeting house, an immaculate, superb structure that still stands, and the Nine Partners School, which educated Quakers from all over the Northeast, including Lucretia Mott.Philip Hart and his colleagues founded the other enclave near the Wappinger Creek for its economic potential; some of their mills and Hart’s house survive. When the mill era ended, the railroad brought new prosperity, and the Village of Millbrook as it is known today evolved from the businesses that grew up around the railroad's activity. New York City banker George Brown, who financed the railroad, lived at Millbrook Farm, which gave the village its name.

Millbrook has a lively present too! The village web page helpfully displays everything from the date of the annual Christmas tree pick-up to the village’s latest Tweets and Facebook posts. There’s a page where locals keep abreast of everything Millbrook via videos of meetings and notices about community events like story-time at the library.

The Millbrook Library is a historic 1908 building that offers much more than story time:  sewing classes, crafts, gallery talks, music classes, card-making sessions and groups for everyone from two-years-old to 100+. Seniors in Millbrook, aside from enjoying the library, are invited to have lunch weekly at a local church, catch a ride on the Dial-a-Bus to local appointments and even get free training to become volunteer tax preparers.

Residents make good use of the parks in the Village of Millbrook. Right in the center of town there’s the lovely Millbrook Tribute Gardens and playground, a hub of walkways and plantings dedicated in 1920 to those who gave their lives in WWI. The popular Town of Washington Park has a pool, soccer fields, concession stand, playground - with equipment for children and adults - and annual events like Family Fishing Day. Pickleball enthusiasts play to their hearts’ content at the town’s Guertin Gym, where there's also soccer, basketball, yoga and other indoor activities.

Being in Millbrook means having access to the exquisite Innisfree Garden. A definition of this incredible botanical garden is best left to the people who know it intimately: “It merges the essence of Modernist and Romantic ideas with traditional Chinese and Japanese garden design principles in a form that evolved through subtle handling of the site and slow manipulation of its ecology. The result is a distinctly American stroll garden—a sublime composition of rock, water, wood and sky achieved with remarkable economy and grace.” Locals are invited to free community days and might want to join as members so that they can look at the sky and the water and the gardens or get involved with their foliage tours, dawn walks and mediation programs.

Another historic Millbrook social and recreational club, Millbrook Golf & Tennis, founded in 1900 by six local residents on 60 acres of land, has swimming and other racquet sports in addition to tennis for its members. You can’t see the original golf house from 1903 anymore, due to a 2012 fire, but its replacement pays homage to the original structure in its rural Dutch Colonial styling. Neighbors gather there, when the club plays host to annual fireworks, fundraiser tournaments and other events that bring the community together.

So many meaningful things go on in our communities, and they're not always obvious. Millbrook is home to The Cary Institute for Ecosystem Studies, an independent non-profit organization supporting basic environmental research. Their scientists are experts in the ecology of cities, forests, disease and fresh water; they have been instrumental in informing Clean Air Act amendments, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, the Environmental Protection Agency and management practices throughout the Northeast, including the Hudson River and the Catskills and Adirondack forests.

When you live in Millbrook and need the resources of a larger town they're a short and pleasant drive away. The less than half-an-hour trip to Poughkeepsie takes you through forests, over the streams, and up and down the curving, hilly roads. That's not to say that Millbrook does not have resources of its own; there are masseuses, dentists, audiologists, MDs, optometrists and several grocery stores.

Everyone has nights when they don't want to cook - here are Millbrook's answers to, "where should we go to dinner?"Herve Bochard, the French owner/chef at Café Les Baux, started serving a spare menu of authentic French cuisine nearly 20 years ago in Millbrook; Zagat has since named it the #1 French Restaurant in Westchester and Dutchess counties. Babette’s Kitchen is a caterer and cozy café for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The Millbrook Deli is a busy corner eatery, popular for take-out of three meals per day. On a warm day there will always be people sitting outside the Millbrook Diner where breakfast is served all day (the mark of a good diner), lunch, and dinner. A bonus is the Greek Kardamas olive oil they sell, imported from the owner’s family farm in Greece.

When you do feel like cooking in Millbrook, you'll find the freshest ingredients at the Millbrook Farmers Market, popular market for local makers, bakers, artisans and artists. Some of the best are Brit Breads (serving freshly made raclette on toast), Oakdale Pottery, Westmeadow Farm & Dairy and Lorna's Naturals.



Millbrook NY Homes For Sale

Millbrook NY Real Estate

It's rare that there is a large selection of Millbrook real estate available at any given time. It's a small town and it doesn't see a tremendous amount of coming and going. Luxury real estate is as common as land for sale and properties under the $500,000 mark. When searching for a Millbrook home for sale the scarcity is all the more reason to work with a Coldwell Banker Village Green Realty agent who can alert you as soon as a suitable property is available.

For more information about Millbrook homes and real estate, feel free to contact Coldwell Banker Village Green Realty. We'd love to help you find your dream home!


Millbrook NY Real Estate Statistics
At Coldwell Banker Village Green Realty we love sharing our market knowledge with our clients and neighbors. Market statistics might inform whether or not you decide to sell or hold a property or they might impact which town or village you choose of the three you're considering. To the right you'll find some basic market statistics. For in-depth comparative statistical reports visit our "Market News" page.
Property Types (active listings)
Average Price: $0
Total Listings: 0
Avg. Price/SQFT: $0
Highest Price: $0
Lowest Price: $0
Avg. Property Age: 2024 YEARS
Basic Statistics (active listings)


Explore Our Popular Upstate NY Communities



Find Your Dream Home

Get In Touch

Want help finding the perfect home or property? Our agents can help!

Please provide a valid email address.

Yes, I would like more information from Coldwell Banker Village Green Realty. Please use and/or share my information with a Coldwell Banker Village Green representative to contact me about my real estate needs.

By clicking Send Email I agree a Coldwell Banker Village Green Realty representative may contact me by phone or text message including by automated means about real estate services, and that I can access real estate services without providing my phone number. I acknowledge that I have read and agree to the privacy policy 


Listing information last updated on March 4th, 2024 at 8:35am EST.