The Neighborhood

Millbrook knows the importance of community

Oodles of local eats, rolling hills, and easy living.

Millbrook is a quaint destination for New Yorkers to visit on weekends when they’re looking to treat themselves and unwind. Less than 90 minutes from Manhattan, it’s an easy destination to get to either by car or the Metro North Railway. Can you blame them? What’s not to love about this friendly, small town?

Millbrook boasts creameries, farm stands offering fresh produce and delicious cheeses, and vineyards hosting daily tours. There’s something for everyone. From strolling the Innisfree Gardens to antiquing on Main Street, there’s even a castle to explore.

You’ll never run out of things to do and restaurants to enjoy in Millbrook, New York.

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The History

In the years before the American Revolution, two nearby settlements — Mechanic and Hart's Village — were established within the confines of what is now Millbrook.

In 1869, the Dutchess and Columbia Railroad ended their route at a stop called Millbrook, named after an adjacent farm. It was not until 1895 that Millbrook was incorporated as a village.

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