Make this sophisticated, quintessential Pre-war New York City apartment with a European flavor your HOME!! Perched on the 12th floor of an established Sutton Area Pre-war co-op, this large two bedroom, two bathroom jewel has open views of the Queensborough Bridge and the famous Tramway connecting Manhattan and Roosevelt Island , soaring ceilings, herringbone floors, windows in every room, and a gorgeous working fireplace.
The entry hall serves as a gracious gallery entrance to this warm residence and adds to an overall feeling of privacy. The striking feature of this unique apartment is the salon style living/dining room a few steps above the rest of the apartment with a North facing wall of windows allowing light all day and a view of the bridge and city glowing at night.The renovated, windowed kitchen has French subway tiles and granite countertops.
Both bedrooms have ensuite bathrooms, walk-in closets and generous storage. The second bedroom could easily convert to a home office or den. Beautiful prewar details such as dark wood closet doors, original brass and glass doorknobs, decorative door arches and restored original bathroom tiles are found throughout this unique apartment.
400 East 59th Street, with its rich history dating back to 1928, and the Sutton Place neighborhood are emblematic of what makes NYC a great place to live. Close to all transportation with easy access to the FDR drive North and East, charming restaurants, Whole Foods, and the East River walking promenade, 400 East 59th is an established and well regarded co-op where the maintenance includes ALL ELECTRICITY and basic cable. Pied a terres and pets are allowed. There is no flip tax and 75% financing is permitted.