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'Eagle's View' is a historic and spacious residence with breathtaking views of the Hudson River. This home has been lovingly restored, meticulously renovated and tastefully furnished to the Colonial period of the 1800s Hudson Valley.
Sit back and enjoy the peaceful surroundings, enjoy cocktails on the deck, watch the boats go by, wake up early and see a spectacular sunrise, bird watch and more. You can do all this at Eagle's View.
There are 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths and 2450 square feet of living space, all rooms overlook the Hudson River, 'huge' master suite, separate guest floor, two outdoor decks, new kitchen with top of the line appliances, custom woodwork, new marble bathrooms with nickel fittings, authentic wood beams and hardwood floors throughout, custom furniture, new beds and linens, antiques throughout, mature landscaping, central a/c and oil heating. Eagle's View is within walking distance to the famous and Buttermilk Falls Inn and Spa where you can enjoy their spa services and eat at Henry's farm-to-table restaurant.
Milton is a charming and bucolic old town on the Hudson River in the Hudson Valley and is home to several wineries, orchards and farms where you will find fresh eggs, cheeses, honey, maple syrup, produce and 'U Pick 'em' orchards in season - apples, pears, cherries, peaches, grapes, berries and even pick your own pumpkins and Christmas trees. Buttermilk Falls Inn & Spa and two wineries just minutes away, ample shopping and dining...it's all here.
We are near historic sites, museums, parks, mountains, hiking trails, antique stores and spas. Only 90 minutes from Manhattan, Milton is 10 minutes from Amtrak and MetroNorth in Poughkeepsie and is perfectly situated near New Paltz, Gardiner, Woodstock, Saugerties, Rhinebeck and Millbrook.
History: The Hudson Valley is one of the most historic places in the USA. The Dutch liked it here so much, they moved in, sharing the territory with the native Algonquin Tribes. The area is famous for being the first wine producing region in the country (still going strong), while bountiful farms have been here for centuries. The scenery is so remarkable it inspired the first arts movement in the U.S, the Hudson River School. These 1800's artists/naturalists-on-canvas would not be surprised to learn that 20th century residents were crusaders in saving the Hudson Valley landscape at Storm King Mountain where the Mountain where the country's environmental movement was born. Ramble over forts from the Revolutionary War, and see where Washington lived for most of it. The area was so strategic for defense, America's first military academy, West Point, was established here in1802. 100 years later, Great Estates were built by the Vanderbilts, Roosevelts and Rockefellers.
Excursions: Enjoy day trips to amazing places like West Point Military Academy, Boscobel, Shawangunk Wine Trail, Mohonk Mountain Preserve, the village of Millbrook, the village of Woodstock, the village of Rhinebeck, Thomas Cole National Historic Site, Olana- home of the famed Hudson River Art movement, the Rockefeller and Vanderbilt estates, the Culinary Institute of America and many, many more...