A rare Pomander Walk townhouse was just listed for $2.175 million (first heard through 6sqft.com). The private gated enclave, which looks more like an English village than a New York City street, only has houses available every so often, as there are only 27 of them.
The incredibly enchanting Pomander Walk was built in 1921 to replicate an English street in the outskirts of London. Being a private gated community makes it even cooler, and certainly qualifies Pomander Walk as a hidden gem of the neighborhood.
Owning a townhouse in Pomander Walk is appealing to many Upper West Siders. And New Yorkers in general. Beyond the fact that it’s a gated community, the townhouses are way less expensive than the norm.
The just-listed Pomander Walk townhouse triplex comes with 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, its own attic, exposed brick throughout, a large dining room with an island kitchen and stainless steel appliances, and a washer/dryer.
The monthly maintenance (it is a co-op) is $2,760.
The dining room and kitchen are on the first story of the house. The kitchen comes with a large island and stainless steel appliances. This floor also has a half bath with a washer / dryer.
On the second floor is the living room, full bath with jacuzzi tub, and one of three bedrooms with exposed brick and garden views.
The other two bedrooms (one being the master) are on the top floor.
All photos by VHT, courtesy The Corcoran Group.
The Pomander Walk townhouse has been listed with Natalie Juliette Weiss of The Corcoran Group.