Northeast Pine Plains Farm

Northeast Pine Plains Farm 1800s renovated5BR farmhouse and 8 stall barn plus riding ring. Rocking chair porch wide board floors, fireplace, spacious light filled rooms.fireplace, spacious light filled rooms, all newly renovated from top to bottom. Plus a newly renovated 8 stall barn with hayloft board fencing and a sand filled riding ring.

Northeast Pine Plains Farm 1800s renovated 5BR farmhouse and 8 stall barn plus riding ring. Rocking chair porch wide board floors, fireplace, spacious light filled rooms.

Northeast Pine Plains Farm

has a barn with hayloft, board fencing and a sand filled riding ring. Ideal for a horse farm, crop farm or beef farm. Live in the farmhouse or build on the hill.

Northeast Pine Plains Farm

is in the Town of Northeast which is in the northeast corner of Dutchess County with Connecticut to the east, Columbia County to the north, the Town of Pine Plains to the west and the Town Amenia to the south. It includes the Village of Millerton. It is east of the Village of Pine Plains and west of the Village of Millerton on Route 199.

According to the U. S. Census for 2000, the town has a total area of 43.7 square miles and a population of 3,002 people people, 96% white. The median income for a household is $42,038 and the per capita income for the town is $24,650.

North East was formed as a town on March 7, 1788. Part of the town was from the Great Nine Partners Patent of 1697 and part of the Little Nine Partners Patent of 1706. The town was first settled by Europeans around 1725, in a region called “The Oblong,” which was not part of the Patent.

Northeast Pine Plains Farm

Earliest English settlers migrated from Massachusetts, and Connecticut, while the Dutch moved eastward from the Hudson River valley. Initially, farming was the chief occupation. As the Industrial Revolution took place, major population centers needed food and materials from surrounding areas. Railroads were built to accommodate the need.

Sidney Miller, civil engineer, brought the railroad to Millerton in 1851. Town fathers named the village , Millerton in his honor. Soon after, the Central New England railroad was built, connecting Boston, to the east with Poughkeepsie and the Hudson River, to the west. At this point everything changed.  North East and Millerton became a commercial and agricultural hub. Farmers and merchants thrived.  Iron mining and founderies flourished, feeding the  Industrial Revolution. Today, the village of Millerton remains the commercial center of the Town of North East.

For more information on Northeast Pine Plains call 800-398-8802.

For more information about the Town of Northeast click here

  • Address: New York 
  • List Date: 7/21/13 
  • Price: $799,000 
  • Property ID: 2301f 
  • Town Taxes: 5200 
  • School Taxes: 4200 
  • Prop. Class: Residential 
  • County: Dutchess 
  • Schools: Pine Plains 
  • Contact: David Birch 
  • Agent Title: Broker 
  • Cell: 518-928-7239 
  • Brokerage: Barns + Farms 
  • Phone: 518-851-6782 
  • Town: NorthEast 

Property Characteristics

  • Acreage: 55 
  • Road Type: State 
  • Supply: drilled well 
  • Disposal: septic and fields 
  • Acre type: Level and sloped 


  • Year Built: 1890 
  • Sq. Ft.: 1200 
  • Bedrooms:
  • Bathrooms:
  • Siding: vinyl 

Appliances Included

  • Range:
  • Refrigerator:

Unit Details

  • Unit 1: Bedroom 
  • Unit 2: Full Bath 
  • Unit 3: Living Room 
  • Unit 4: Dining 
  • Unit 5: Bedroom 
  • Unit 6: Bedroom 
  • Unit 7: Bedroom 
  • Unit 8: Bedroom 
  • Unit 9: Full Bath 
  • Unit 10: Bedroom