Gilded age estate on 32 acres in Millbrook, NY. 9 bedroom, 9 bath mansion built 1900 by real estate developer RL Burton during the colonial revival period and the Millbrook mansion building and fox hunt boom of the early 1900s. 28 bedroom dormitory wing added 1990s, 6 classroom school building added 2005. 100K gal water cistern, water treatment, and sewage treatment plants onsite. The former health services rehabilitation center presents a unique opportunity that will suit a variety of uses. The site lends itself to use as a bed & breakfast, school, corporate or religious retreat, convalescent or nursing home, kennel or membership club. The existing sewage treatment plant expands the possibilities. Property could also be subdivided for further residential development or if returned to its original purpose, the estate house would make an unrivaled single family residence, with the other buildings' new use limited only by imagination. Originally known as Crawford Farm Estate. Cream cheese was once the agricultural product of the farm, this historic site was most recently a health services rehabilitation center. Close to Route 44, the Taconic State Parkway, and NY Thruway. 20 minutes to Poughkeepsie and the Metro North train station.
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