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Eine radikale Abkehr von den traditionellen Bauernhäusern, die die Landschaft Millbrook erkennen, ist dieses Haus besonders geeignet für den Künstler, ein Naturwissenschaftler, Liebhaber von Zen Minimalismus sowie für unterhaltsame Ereignisse oder Fotoshooting Lage. Interior ist trügerisch geräumig und mit hohen Decken, Holzbalken und 68 'Glaswand. Mit Kunst, Musik und Bücher in den Wäldern das Haus verschwindet fast in einer Reflexion ihres sehr privaten Umgebung, belebt. Feine, gut ausgestattete Küche für die Unterhaltung.
Von Pferdeland umgeben, das kleine Juwel von einem Dorf hat gute Restaurants und Antiquitäten. Equestrian Locations, Sporting Clays bei Orvis und andere Konserven, die Bard Sommer-Musikfestival und beagling in weiten Ackerland sind alle in dieser zauberhaften Dorf zur Verfügung. Im Herzen des Waldes, ist dieses prächtige Anwesen nur 80 Meilen mit dem Auto von New York City und Metro North Züge sind in der Nähe.
We had a lovely stay at Hirondelle last weekend. The place has the feel of a large Soho loft but drop dead views onto a lush and private property. John is a thoughtful host who shares this very personal home generously. It is a lived in house full of character. There is not an off the shelf item in the house with the possible exception of the televisions. Every fork, cup and plate is hand picked and mostly antique. We're a family of four so it was perfect for us. And close to Millbrook and other lovely spots in the Hudson Valley. Very easy to find.
Tons of art all over the house which gives it a very sophisticated feel. Lots of nude art, which may be a concern for certain parents of small children, but not an issue for our group. House was clean when we got there. Great location, nicely tucked away from roads, noise, cities, etc. Very very rough driveway, but nothing that a 2-WD sub-compact couldn't handle. Driveway is also very long, and narrow, so could be a potential issue in the dead of winter if there's snow (we came in late fall and it wasn't a problem even after a rain). Very open architecture, and not a lot of doors in places where a door would usually be. Not an issue for us, but maybe for more privacy-needy guests. Open architecture lends to sound traveling all around the house, so there isn't much sound privacy either. Again, not an issue for us, but maybe for someone else. It's single-story, so there's no stairs, which would be a hidden "plus" for anyone with handicapped guests. Owner is sometimes hard to contact, but easy to work with. Great wifi, cable TV, several TVs in the house, and a decent sound system. Piano is out of tune, but that really doesn't matter. Overall great place to stay. I would stay there again.
The pictures are accurate. This is a beautiful and unique home, full of art and memorabilia. What the pictures can't describe is the challenging level of comfort. If you're looking for luxury, this home isn't for you. If you're ok with a more rustic experience then you won't be disappointed. Here are some of the challenges that I wished the owner had shared with us before renting. First, the water has a strong sulfur smell (aka rotten eggs). We had to use bottled water to drink and to cook. Even so, running the faucet to wash dishes or to take a shower filled the house with an unpleasant odor. Our general routine was to take a shower in the morning and then head out to Babette's Kitchen (totally recommended!) for breakfast so that the odor would dissipate. In terms of cleanliness, the house is average to below average. There are a lot of cobwebs and small spiders in the corners and underneath things. Expect a fair number of moths and flies (this was unavoidable because the only way to cool the house was to keep the doors open and there aren't any screens there). On the plus side though, no mosquitoes! We visited in the summer and the heat was a challenge. The house does not have A/C, ceiling fans or exhaust fans, so when the outside temperature rises, the house becomes uncomfortably hot. The owner pointed to one fan, but it was covered in a thick layer of dust so we did not use it. The wood framed interior is striking, but if you're a light sleeper, you should know that the roof expands and contracts with temperature change and creates loud sounds throughout the night. The house has an open floor plan and the interior walls don't go all the way to the roof. That means the bedrooms and bathrooms are open to the other living areas. So this may not be a great home if you're traveling with a large group and need some privacy. The house is dog friendly. Our dog loved playing in the large grass yard outside. When inside, he liked chasing the moths, surveying the corners of the rooms and ducking under furniture. He'd emerge happy but covered in cobwebs! The last day we were there, there was a kerosene smell in the living room for reasons that we couldn't understand, so we stayed in the bedroom area. Overall, we kept saying to each other that while we loved the architecture of the house and the interesting art and furniture and books on display, for the amount we paid, we could've stayed at a *much nicer* bed and breakfast in the area.
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