Recent real estate sales in Milan

The address of this house at 750 Salisbury Turnpike is listed as Rhinebeck in online real estate postings; however, it is located in the Town of Milan and within the Red Hook School District. The 1932 three-bedroom house on over 5 acres was sold for $395,000.

Christine Bates

Recent real estate sales in Milan

Milan straddles the Taconic Parkway and sends students to three school districts: Rhinebeck, Pine Plains and Red Hook. It does not have its own post office or commercial center and on-line listings in the town can be difficult to identify. In the last 90 days seven single family residences were sold in the Town of Milan - all for less than $700,000. At the moment there are 12 single family residences on the market with seven of them over $900,000 and 7 parcels of land ranging from .82 to 123 acres.

Single Family Residences Sold Recently in Milan

1145 Willow Brook Road: “An as is” 3 bedroom/2bath home distressed sale on 5.1 acres sold for $322,000 on March 4.

800 Spring Lake: a 2 bedroom/1.5 bath home on 3.96b acres sold for $438,000 on April 8

351 Willow Glen Road: a 3 bedroom/2.5 bath home on 2.57 acres sold for $585,000 on April 4

17 Molland Drive: a 3 bedroom/3.5 bath home on 3 acres sold for $613,000 on May 21

25 Maple Hill Ridge: a 3 bedroom/3 bath house built in 2023 sold for $685,000 on Feb. 29

Shookville Road: a Dutch barn on 10.1 acres sold for $325,000 on April 12

750 Salisbury Turnpike: a 4 bedroom/2 bath house sold for $395,000 on March 1

Town of Milan real estate sales for the last 90 days are closing date sales on single family homes as presented in Multiple Listing Services and do not include private transactions that are not publicly listed or commercial sales. Compiled by Christine Bates, Real Estate Salesperson with William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty, Licensed in CT and NY.

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