On our continuing day of exploration, we made our way up to Grey Towers. My friend being from the region was curious about it as well since she didn't even realize it was here.
It was pretty heavy traffic when we got into Milton. We arrived around noon time.
There are markers that alert you that you're coming close to Grey Towers. Be advised though that the sign leading you to it is on your left (driver's) side & it's not a big sign. The main street veers right, but you go to your left on a narrower road. Wide enough still for 2 way traffic though.
Pulling up to the sight there is ample parking. The home & property is amazing! They do have hourly guided tours, but we didn't do it on this visit. Just walked around this amazing property. When you're on the property you feel as if it's the only place in the area. It's recessed in Milton quite nicely. Guess with it being on 102 acres it's understandable. LOL!
Thoroughly enjoyed our time here. Worth a stop if you're up in the area for sure.
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