The average asking price for a home on the Upper West Side is $ 1.5 million, according to StreetEasy data panel. That puts our most popular sale for October 26th at over a million dollars below average for this ever-popular neighborhood.
What this sweet studio lacks in a square image makes up for it with pure charm. It sits on the hidden gem known as Piediro Pomander, a 1921 cooperative complex on the Upper West Side that resembles a gateway mini-neighborhood of low-rise, Tudor-style cottages. La a fairy tale stretches from West 95th Street has a fascinating history and a magical feel. It’s hard to believe that this curious arrangement is just steps from the 1, 2 and 3 trains at 96th Street!
Inside, our most popular sale for October 26th is almost as magical as it is outside. This alcove studio somehow makes 325 square feet feel like a spacious 1-bedroom, with four bright windows and four closets. The sleeping area feels like a real bedroom, albeit without a door, and there’s even room for a dresser or two. The kitchen counter is strict but well arranged, with plenty of built-in storage. Bicycle storage and separate storage units are also available.