A Classic 7 room apartment in one of Sutton Places most desirable and distinguished white glove doorman and elevator manned prewar co-operative buildings. This bright and elegant apartment features generous, beautifully proportioned rooms with prewar details throughout and 93ceilings. The large gracious gallery entrance with marble flooring leads into a spacious and bright living room which overlooks 57 Street and has a wood-burning fireplace, beamed ceilings and hardwood floors. Off the gallery is a separate dining room which flows into the large windowed eat-in-kitchen with stainless steel appliances, Sub-zero refrigerator, a breakfast bar and ample storage. Adjacent to the kitchen is a large laundry room with full sized washer-dryer units.A private hallway off the gallery leads to the 3 large light-filled bedrooms. One of the bedrooms is presently used as a den-study with access through French doors into the living room. There are 3 windowed bathrooms, one of which is a Jack and Jill style bathroom and another has a steam sauna. The spacious master bedroom has 2 walk-in California closets and an en suite marble bathroom with a Jacuzzi. The very large dining room has been divided into 2 rooms creating an extra office/bedroom space. The apartment faces North onto 57 Street with open views and it has a South exposure as well. The spacious master bedroom faces North and East and has a lovely East River view. The apartment has new windows throughout and there is through the wall air-conditioning.410 East 57 Street was designed by the renowned architectural firm of Schwartz & Gross. Built in 1928 and converted in 1963, the pet friendly building is a pre-eminent, well maintained, full service, prewar co-op in the private enclave of the Sutton Place area featuring manned elevators, mail delivery to your door, a lovely garden, a bike room, private caged storage units, a laundry room and a gym. It is conveniently located with easy access to all transportation, several lovely parks, fine dining and an array of nearby services and shopping, including Whole Foods.