For $2.8M, this 1840s upstate millhouse has a private waterfall, terraced gardens, and a gorgeous pool

Posted On Fri, June 26, 2020 By

Posted On Fri, June 26, 2020 By In Cool Listings, Upstate

Listing photos courtesy of Houlihan Lawrence

In the Westchester town of North Salem, this 1840s millhouse is a magical getaway, both indoors and out. Set on six acres, it boasts terraced gardens, stone walls, walking trails, a heated pool, guest house, and, most notably, a waterfall. Inside, the home has been renovated but retains its historic details such as elaborate moldings, barn beam framing, wide-plank floors, and brick fireplaces. And it’s just listed for $2,795,000.

A cobblestone entry courtyard sets the stage for the magical property, which has just as much curb appeal from the front.

The interiors have been decorated to match the period architecture. Wood-burning fireplaces, beamed ceilings, and built-in shelving complete the picture.

The kitchen has a professional-grade range, farmhouse sink, large center island with a second prep sink, and tons of cabinet space.

Adjacent to the kitchen is a dining room that overlooks the backyard and a cozy family room.

A sunroom with floor-to-cleaning windows overlooks the backyard.

In addition to all the living space already mentioned, a separate den/dining room features another fireplace, wood-paneled walls, and the barn beam framing.

There are four bedrooms and four bathrooms.

The outdoor space begins with a natural patio that feels like something out of a fairytale.

There’s even a charming footbridge that takes you over the babbling brook.

A separate level of the yard is where you’ll find the spa-like heated pool, which is set against a backdrop of stepped stone terraces and that gorgeous waterfall.

[Listing: 665 Titicus Road by Lesa Vogliano of Houlihan Lawrence]

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Listing photos courtesy of Houlihan Lawrence

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