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Mill House Antiques & Gardens has one of the best selections. It’s located inside a former gristmill — a sight unto itself.
- Boston Magazine
After months of planning, The Mill House Of Woodbury, CT was the perfect location for this inspiration shoot, with cascading gardens and a plethora of antique furniture and tableware to complement the vintage aesthetic.
- Style Me Pretty
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The prize for setting goes to Mill House Antiques ... a 17th-century former gristmill on the Nonnewaug River. Its vast selection of English and French furniture from the 1700's and 1800's, both formal and country, is rounded out by custom-made dining tables and chairs.
- Travel & Leisure Weekender
One place that is a must visit, if only for appreciating high end woodwork and antiques as well as the GORGEOUS property its on, is Mill House Antiques. What a spread! My parents have the most beautiful yew wood dining table from here.
- Elements of Style
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If you are looking for a particular chandelier or lighting fixture, there are entire collections of these items. New container shipments from Europe arrive regularly. If you have a specific request and need an interior decorators and/or architect, you will find help here.
- CBS Connecticut
Mill House Antiques notes that it’s as well known for its gardens as its antiques. Both are superior, both worthy enough to give Mill House destination status. Once you get there, you’ll glory in the 17 showrooms, spread among five buildings, that house an amazing selection of antiques and accessories. As you walk from building to building “the sensation of being in Europe will not leave you as stroll by antique urns and statuary that once adorned the walkways and gardens of manors and chateaus across England the rest of Europe.”
- Connecticut Magazine
Mill House Antiques offers customers a wide variety of items in a sprawling and beautifully decorated colonial era building. The shop provides a true-to-life antique experience for buyers.
- Woodbury - Middlebury Patch
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