"Gorgeous, quiet and crazy expensive."
Greenwich Mews is a one block street off of Greenwich St and it can be summed up in one word: expensive. It's a tiny street that is made up entirely of row houses and they are magnificent but ridiculously expensive. . . and, rarely ever on the market. There was one for sale last year that ended up getting about 7 million dollars for 3,000 square feet. 3,000 square feet is massive for Manhattan but that's a lot of pesos for not a lot of house. And, the entirety of this street is in the 4 million dollar and up range. The homes are beautiful but they are definitely for the elite / old money kind of people. The plus side of forking over that much dough is that you live on a ridiculously quiet and green street in a historical landmark. And, they're all actual houses rather than apartments -- a scarcity in New York as a whole. If you can live on Greenwich Mews, you can live just about anywhere you want. If I could live anywhere I wanted, I would probably shoot for this street . . . the West Village is the best neighborhood in the city, after all.