One of Upper Nyack's original grand homes, The Pomeroy House is a classic Mansard slate roof Victorian. Sited on 1.3 acres and built circa 1868, this home has been lovingly restored. The gracious wide porch and many of the rooms have Hudson River views. Some of the architectural features include: original wide hardwood floors, intricate crown moldings, brass hardware, and floor to ceiling windows. Rooms have extraordinarily high ceilings. The beautifully renovated kitchen complements the style of the home and features granite counters, high-end cabinetry, and top-of-the-line stainless appliances including a Thermador range. The majestic double front doors and grand wide hallway are reminiscent of years past and set the tone for three floors of light-filled rooms. The flat backyard is perfect for a pool and outbuilding. An easy walk into the Village of Nyack or Hook Mountain.