Delaware River Valley’s Milk Barn

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Located just two and a half hours from New York City and nestled in Delaware River Valley, the Milk Barn is a perfect weekend getaway. It was first built back in 1873 but was later renovated for over a period of thirty years. Finally, in the mid-nineties, it got the looks it has today.

The barn was renovated by a fashion photographer from New York City. He decided to mix some of the old structures with an eccentric European influence. Some examples of this style are the marble floors, basement tub, stained glass doors. As for the capacity, with two guest houses, this 15-acre barn can accommodate 10 people.

a view on the ground floor of milk barn

Milk Barn is located just two and a half hours from New York City.

milk barn living room

You can find this old 1873 structure in Delaware River Valley, together with two guest houses.

In the main house, you will find 3 bedrooms and 2 more in guest houses. The barn is equipped with a chef’s kitchen that includes a range of appliances. With satellite TV and DVD player, you can enjoy your nights watching a great film, reading or simply spending it outdoors. There’s both a gas and charcoal grill, as well as an outdoor fireplace and a treehouse. Some of the additional relaxing features include a sauna, huge soak tub, and swimming pond.

Milk Barn Dining Area

The renovation process was finished in the mid-90s, and the house is open for guests ever since.

milk barn kitchen

Together with guest houses, Milk Barn can accommodate 10 people.

The interior of the barn is decorated with a large wooden staircase and an open living room. Also, the huge doors connect the interior with the outside. If you want to visit antique stores and grab something delicious to eat, Callicoon and North Branch are just 15 minutes drive away.

big woden door inside milk barn

Some of its features are gas and charcoal grill, sauna, swimming pond, fireplace area…

milk barn bedrom

In the main house, you’ll find 3 bedrooms.

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