7 Of The Most Beautiful Streets In New York City

Get Dazzled By The Gorgeous Grove Street, West Village: Grove Street, which only runs for five blocks, is surrounded by Federal-style buildings and lush trees, giving the neighbourhood an almost European and old-world feel.

The Marvelous Warren Place Mews, Cobble Hill: Tourists will believe they have left New York City when they discover this modest residential neighbourhood of townhouses and cottages nestled between Warren and Baltic streets.

The Magnificent Sylvan Terrace, Washington Heights: This street was once the Morris-Jumel Mansion's original carriage drive. Nonetheless, after the site was auctioned off in the 1800s.

Wander Through The Stone Street: Stone Street, one of New York City's oldest streets, runs between Whitehall and Hanover Square.

Pomander Walk Street, Upper West Side: Pomander Walk, another private neighbourhood, is located between West End and Broadway Avenues. Tourists who look through the barrier may not believe what they see.

The Splendor Of Grace Court Alley, Brooklyn Heights: Brooklyn Heights has stunning residences and quaint, little streets that are worth photographing.

The Colorful Doyers Street, Chinatown: Doyers Roadway, a 200-foot (60.96-meter) winding route between Pell route and Bowery, was previously known as the Bloody Angle.