Nestled in 1,000 acres of beautiful rolling hills in Dutchess County, NY,
Wethersfield is the living expression of everything that its founder, Chauncey Devereux Stillman (1907–1989), cherished and believed in.
With a passion for nature, beauty, and proper stewardship of the land,
Mr. Stillman was an accomplished equestrian, an avid conservationist, and a lover of the arts, faith, and the intellectual life.
Plan Your Visit
Enjoy three acres of formal Italian garden and seven acres of wilderness garden.
Experience the history of Wethersfield by reserving a guided tour of the Carriage House Museum, Wethersfield House, and Garden.
Available June through September
From north or south on the Taconic State Parkway, take the exit to US44/Poughkeepsie/Millbrook. Turn east on Route 44 toward Millbrook. Continue 10.9 miles on 44 east to Bangall Amenia Rd. Watch for the blue Wethersfield Garden signs. Turn left on Bangall Amenia Rd and continue for 2.4 miles. Turn right onto Pugsley Hill Rd and drive for 1.4 miles to the estate entrance on your left.
257 Pugsley Hill Road, Amenia NY 12501