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Charming Townhouse on Hidden Pomander Walk Wants $2.3M

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Part of a 27-building co-op complex nestled away on the Upper West Side

It's only every so often that a listing becomes available on one of the most charming and hidden streets of New York City — Pomander Walk. And as our luck would have it (and a potential future buyer's), today's the day, with a two-story house on the street now asking $2.229 million.

Known as No. 8 Pomander Walk, the blue and white house has three bedrooms all located on the second floor of the house, which also has tons of closet space, two bathrooms, and a washer/dryer unit.

The first floor is fitted with hardwood floors, and includes a spacious dining area as well as a marble topped kitchen island.

Adding to the charm of it all are a lovely garden out front, and window boxes.

Homes on Pomander Walk are reminiscent of the English countryside and it's no wonder when you consider the architects of this 27 building co-op development were inspired by the town of Chiswick in England. The name itself is taken from a Broadway play by the same name that was written by Louis N. Parker, and also inspired by Chiswick.

Listing: 265 West 94th Street #TH [Nest Seekers International via StreetEasy]

A Short History of Secret UWS Street Pomander Walk [Curbed]

All the Pomander Walk Coverage [Curbed]