Buttercup Farm, a special offering in a sought after Millbrook location.

43 Butts Hollow Road
Millbrook, NY
United States
Offered at $1,850,000
MLS Number: 325877

Property Status: For Sale
Property Type: Residential
Year Built: 1822
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2.5
Lot Size: 46.45 Acres
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    Property Features: Barn, Basement, Fireplace, Garage, Pond, Privacy, Stream, Views

    BUTTERCUP FARM is a George Langa listing. He can be reached on C. 845. 242. 6314.

    A period home of immense character in a glorious setting, with extensive views across gently undulating fields, with woodland and two ponds. The house has many recent updates and is a light filled space of pure joy. A barn with hand hewn beams was recently re-roofed. There are 46+ acres with a further 32 acres available, all located near the Village of Millbrook, NY.

    The House:
    The views from many of the rooms in the house are as in the pictures in the gallery of photopraphs. The mid-morning light fills the rooms, and throughout the day until the sun sets over the fields to the west. The kitchen is a wonderful room, with beamed ceilings, 12 over 9 windows, a large fireplace and wide board floors. The central focus is the large island as well as the dining area. There is a commercial six burner Garland stove. Another feature of the kitchen is a pantry and storage room. The mud room door leads out to a stone patio, which is perfect for summer lunches and over looks the view and the neat cottage gardens.

    Moving up to the first floor are where the reception rooms are located. To the left of the entrance hall (11 x 9.5) is the main living room (15 x 14) which has lovely wide board floors, beamed ceiling and a fireplace with built-in cupboards on either side, in which can discretely locate television and entertainment system. Through the living room, in the southern end of the house is a sun room which can double as an occasional fourth bedroom,(10 x 15), with two complete walls of windows, which would also be a lovely location for an office. However, these two spaces could be amalgamated to create generous 25 ft x 15 ft living room.

    To the right of the entrance hall is the library (12 x 20) with a fireplace, beamed ceilings and extensive built-in shelving.

    Buttercup Farm. “A place to build a fire to warm the hearth and heart in the white of winter. Fields of wildflowers in May through which to wander and pond to watch the blue heron strut his dance to nature’s magnificence.”

    The Principal Suite is located on the same first floor as the receptions rooms. One enters the space through a private foyer, which can double as a dressing room, into the magnificent bedroom (18 x 16) with a cathedral ceiling and the original wood beams spanning the space making for a very distinctive architectural feature.

    The room is bright and cheerful and takes full advantage of the western views. There are a number of closets. The master bath has a tub and shower with tiled floor and surround.

    On the second floor, there are two further bedrooms and a bathroom. The first bedroom measures 18 x 18 and has a fireplace the second is 18 x 14. Off the landing is a storage room.

    The house is heated by propane, and the wall mounted, high efficiency furnace is new and has five separate zones. Summer breezes and an attic fan keep the home cool during this season.


    With gently rolling topography the land stretches out from the house to the west, almost as far as one can see. Small pockets of woodland team with wildlife, and song birds as well as wild turkey, rabbits and deer. The land draws one too it, and it is a delight to walk the trails in the early morning sun, or enjoy the sunset from while over looking the ponds. You must walk the land to really feel, absorb and relish its beauty.