This elegant prewar building was constructed in 1927 with the highly regarded Dorothy Draper having consulted on floor plans. Nine foot beamed ceilings and architectural details abound in this triple mint Classic 6. An extensive renovation was carefully planned in order to preserve and enhance the historic architectural details of the apartment. Spanning off a 24 gallery is a very spacious 25 living room with an East River view, and separate 20 dining room. Light floods the living room and a wood burning fireplace offers a cozy focal point. In addition, a new custom bookcase has been added to enhance the rooms grandeur. The dining room like the living room has a large north-facing picture window. All the bedrooms face South and are entered off the main gallery. The bright Master is expansive, with its complete renovation including a walk-in closet and two large reach in closets. The master bath has been completely renovated with Waterworks fixtures, enclosed glass shower, and marble floor. The second bedroom is similar to the master having undergone a full renovation and a walk in closet with en suite bath. The third bedroom has undergone a renovation to enhance its size and also has an en suite bath. The fully renovated kitchen is crisp and bright with Viking, Wolfe, and Sub Zero appliances, and has a convenient built-in desk and shelving. This stylish prewar co-op building is named Sutton Hall, a 32 unit building with live in Super and full time doormen. Sutton Halls two expansive roof deck gardens offer sweeping City views. A laundry room is in the basement as well as a large storage locker included with the unit. Pets are welcome. (A 2% flip tax to be paid by buyer). Additionally, please note several light fixtures are excluded from purchase.