In 1927 the cornerstone was laid for the Migdale Castle in Millbrook, NY for the daughter of Andrew Carnegie. It was to be reminiscent of the Skibo Castle in Scotland, owned by Carnegie himself. In 2000, the current owners purchased the property and embarked on a 4-year masterful renovation that resulted in one of Millbrook's most distinguished estates.
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- "Migdale Castle WSJ" The Castle is approximately 34,000 SF spanning 4 floors (elevator) with 29 rooms, 10 bedrooms, 17 baths and 12 fireplaces. Luxurious amenities include the indoor edgeless pool, hot tub, massage room, steam room, dry sauna, 5,000 bottle wine cellar, 13 seat media room, athletic room and golf simulator. From the grand terrace enjoy commanding views of the 100 acres of meticulously maintained lawns and gardens with sweeping views of the Catskill Mountains. Additional buildings include a 5,000 SF 3 bedroom gatehouse with an attached studio apartment and a 10,000 SF staff house adjacent to the Castle, with up to 6 guest apartments. Highlights of the grounds are a tennis court with cabana, a playground, and multiple ponds. An adjoining 100-acre parcel boasts ponds, a large well-planned organic garden with greenhouse, orchards, crop fields, and trails. Create memorable experiences riding, birding, hunting, sport shooting and exploring the landscape in a comfortable and accessible setting, reminiscent of the estate's British heritage on the combined 200 acres. Potential to adapt this property to serve as a public or private membership club, corporate retreat, spa, or a social, religious or academic institution: a setting of excellence inspired by history with a vision of luxury, space, and beauty fulfilled. This is a unique opportunity to acquire one of the Hudson Valley's significant properties.
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- Additional adjacent gorgeous 150 acres with buildings could also be shown to serious buyers only.
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3872 US-44, Millbrook, Dutchess County, New York