Extraordinarily Spacious 4 BR, 4Bth
Light-filled and timelessly styled, this expansive, renovated eight-room apartment on Sutton Place South has four bedrooms and baths, delightful living areas, an expertly outfitted kitchen, and great views of the Queensboro Bridge.
Each of the four bedrooms have en suite baths with distinctive classical finishes. The master suite and guest bedroom includes custom-outfitted walk-in closets.
The dining room has a butler’s pantry with granite-topped counters, wooden cabinetry, a 48-bottle wine refrigerator, a Sub-Zero refrigerator, and a bar sink. The living room—with its warming wood-burning fireplace and parquet floors has a wide street-facing window with a beautiful view and lovely natural light.
The chef’s kitchen, has a granite-topped island with seating for three, ample storage and food-preparation space, state of the art stainless-steel appliances, including a Sub-Zero refrigerator, Viking range and oven, and a Miele dishwasher, washer, and dryer. It also has a built-in desk and an enormous walk-in pantry. A large family room with plantation shutters and handsome hardwood floors adjoins the kitchen.
Designed by Emery Roth and built in 1938, 2 Sutton Place South is one of Manhattan’s finest Pre-war co-ops is a full-service white-glove building with a full-time doorman, one of the best rooftop gardens, a state-of-the-art fitness center, and a prime location near excellent restaurants, shops, and the East River Promenade