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As we are saying close by, we detoured to look at Sniffen Court. A view through the locked gates gives a glimpse of the area in the past when these buildings were coach houses. Not a must do, but an interesting sight if you are...More
Discovered this hidden gem years ago while visiting friends in Murray Hill neighborhood of Manhattan. I was drawn to the allmost secret 'hidden garden' aura of this row of 19th century carriage houses. Slice of history that many locals (like my friends, who resided one...More
What a gem! Tucked just a few blocks from the bustle of Fifth Avenue, we stumbled upon Sniffen Court. Cool architecture and a glimpse into New York's past. Wish we could have gotten in past the locked gate.
I found this spot searching "things to do" in Murray Hill. I had some extra time and it was nearby the hotel. A very lovely little courtyard with some history. The gates weren't locked, so I was able to get in and take photos and...More
Not too much to see here but a quick stop if you;re in the vicinity won't cause any harm. It's really just a few older English style cottages facing onto a small courtyard with the entrance off E36th street.
I read about Sniffen Court on E. 36th St. and we made the detour to see it while walking to 34th St. Eight little former carriage houses facing a small courtyard. Worth stopping to see if you're in the area.
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