Recent sales in Village of Millerton and Town of North East

The red 4 bedroom/2 bath house at 132 North Center was completely renovated and originally listed at $424,000 before selling in May for $370,000.

Christine Bates

Recent sales in Village of Millerton and Town of North East

After a spring lull, recorded sales in the northern most town and smallest village in Dutchess County picked up in May with eight residential sales.

Dutchess County records show four private sales of land in the month of March which were not reported on a multiple listing service. All of these land transactions were transfers/sales between neighbors.

Although there are 39 active listings on First Key MLS; 19, almost half of them, are land ranging in price from $78,000 for a small building lot to $3,100,000 for 207.7 acres. There are currently five affordable rentals and 9 single family homes for sale.

May 2024 Sales

18 Hy Vue Terrace: Estate sale of a 3 bedroom/2 bath home in the village for $389,000

Skunks Misery Road: (Parcel # 082854) 46.36 acres of productive, vacant, agricultural land was sold for $425,000

132 North Center Street: Renovated 4 bedroom/2 bath house sold for $370,000

53 Mill Road: 3 bedroom/2 bath home on 127.95 acres sold for $1,445,000

530 Rudd Pond Road: 3 bedroom/2 bath home on 7.58 acres sold for $600,000

23 Reservoir Road: Residential lot of 5 acres sold for $138,000

March 2024 Private Sales Recorded

Perotti Road: (Parcel # 807665) 85 acres of productive vacant land sold for $1,445,000

Mill Road: (Parcel # 252470) 58.27 acres of productive vacant land sold for $2,650,000

Scribner Road: (Parcel # 697874) 2.36 acres residential vacant lot sold for $85,000

Mountain Farm Road: (Parcel # 589761) 18.27 acres of residential land sold for $365,000

* Town of North East and Village of Millerton real estate sales recorded as sold between May 1, 2024, and May 31, 2024 and March recorded sales not previously published sourced from Dutchess County Real Property Tax Service Agency. Information on active listings taken from First Key MLS. Parcel numbers refer to parcel designation by Dutchess County and may be accessed on Dutchess Parcel Access. Compiled by Christine Bates, Real Estate Salesperson with William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty, Licensed in CT and NY.

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