The house is absolutely gorgeous. The old side of the house has a lot of charm and character, while the modern addition has sweeping floor to ceiling / wall to wall windows with a view into a wooded area. The outdoor area is incredibly relaxing and feels very secluded overlooking a more heavily wooded area away from the road. Sitting there, it was hard to stay awake reading with the noise of the brook right below you. The open floor plan and glass curtains make the house feel extremely large, even if you're primarily sticking to the modern side of the house.
The upstairs and bedroom area was spacious. The master bedroom has two bathrooms, one of which has a shower that feels like you're in a greenhouse. The master has more wall to wall, floor to ceiling views and an expansive balcony. We did not use this space as much as it only had one chair, and there were plenty of other places to be outdoors. The stars at night were beautiful.
The bottom floor is primarily an art/design/work space, which we did not use other than to access the backyard. The house is so large you certainly do not need this floor for any practical use as a guest.
One of the other bedrooms was also very charming and I would have had no concerns with friends or family staying in this room. The other two bedrooms (total of 4BR) are on the older side in terms of style (e.g. high pile red carpet, one of which needs a good professional cleaning), but still spacious, clean, and more than usable if you are a larger crowd.
Barbara was great about communicating everything from access, wifi, local events and to-dos. Everything was seamless from start to finish.
Milford itself is a cute town - a few good shops and several restaurants, delis, bars, bakeries to choose from. More than enough for an enjoyable getaway. The house is a 5 minute drive into the main part of town, which felt like the perfect distance to feel very remote while still having access to good coffee and supermarkets - if you're the city type, you don't have to over-plan your getaway beforehand. Being in the Delaware Water Gap, the location is great for hiking, kayaking, exploring the park, or relaxing at Milford beach. We spent time over Labor Day Weekend and I was pleasantly surprised how relatively empty the hiking trails were. They were also very well maintained generally, which is great for beginner or moderate hikers.
We really loved staying at the house and hope to do so again in the fall.