For the first time in over fifty years, apartment 9D is available. The coveted D line is flooded with natural light, has North, East, South and West Exposures and a partial view of the East River. This 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom home is in the exclusive Sutton Place neighborhood of Manhattan. From the moment you arrive, you'll feel the creative energy of the previous owner, a New York City artist, born and raised in Manhattan, with work that permanently resides at places like the Museum of Modern Art NY (MOMA), Fort Lauderdale Museum of Art and Princeton University.
Upon entering there is a gracious foyer with ample closet space. The spacious apartment opens up into an expansive, well-lit living room with a formal dining room on one side and the kitchen on the other. All three bedrooms, along with a home office, are located on the outer edges of the home. Four exposures offer plenty of natural light, with an abundance of windows overlooking historic Sutton Place buildings, the Queensboro Bridge and parks along the river. This is a fabulous opportunity to create the home of your dreams, open floor plan and all, making it the perfect blank palate.
Built in 1955, 20 Sutton Place South is a cooperative located between 55th and 56th streets along the East River. This full service building includes a 24 hour doorman and live-in resident manager and comes complete with a gym, rooftop terrace, individual storage units, a central laundry room and garage in the building. Sutton Place is a quiet, beautiful street with a variety of restaurants and grocery stores nearby. Major midtown offices are close by for those looking for a perfect pied-a-terre. Easy cross-town bus service is in the neighborhood and convenient access to the F, M, 6, and E subway trains are all a short distance from the building. Pets and pied-a-terres are permitted with board approval.
Please note that the bedroom photos are virtually staged.