With boutique shops, cozy cafés, and bustling restaurants, the Dutchess County neighborhood is a busy community in a small package. Set into the hills of northeastern Dutchess County, Millerton is about as close as you can get to Connecticut without crossing
Where the Tri-State Region Comes Together!
Here are some of our favorite articles about our community from various newspapers, magazines, and online journals.
A virtual library of spotlights on the tri-state region we all love so much. It’s quite a place to call home!
Wedged along the borders of Connecticut and Massachusetts in northern Dutchess County, Millerton used to fly under the radar. In the past five years, in-town development from artists, designers, and makers has elevated the profile of its throwback Americana Main
After an “intense” spring in Brooklyn, the Cohans connected with Elyse Harney Real Estate agent Holly Leibrock, who helped them secure a rental near Lake Wononscopomuc in the Salisbury/Lakeville area for the summer of 2020. When their Tribeca and Lower
Broker Elyse Harney Morris of Elyse Harney Real Estate said she too has seen an exodus from Brooklyn to the state’s northwest corner, calling it “the strongest location out of New York City.” Melnick said there was even a particular
Sharon, Connecticut’s town green is one of those picture-perfect, Norman Rockwell-esque New England scenes. Blink and you’ll miss the diminutive “downtown.” But beyond the charming, small-town core are miles of open farmland, soft, rolling hills, and views that go on
The Dutchess County village used to be a place where New Yorkers had second homes. Now many are living the country life there full-time. Continue reading on nytimes.com. Read Article
Proprietors escaping street tensions, coronavirus restrictions are opening shops, renting offices, and transforming aging inns into chic hotels. Andrea Westerlind decided in May that she needed to leave New York City after looters smashed the windows at her apparel and home
Prices are up in this rural town, where “the Covid stampede has gobbled up a lot of inventory.” Being old-fashioned is a point of pride in pastoral Litchfield, where farms sell raw milk, residents traverse their properties on horses, and
In 2016, Tracey and Brian Abut bought their first home in Sharon, a bucolic town in northwest Litchfield County, Conn. A year later, they opened The Edward, a wine bar near the town green. This past February, they bought another
Nina DiSesa and her husband, Brian Goodall, used to own a 45-acre horse farm in Pawling, N.Y., but when they decided to give up riding, they chose a home on five acres near the center of Salisbury, in the northwest