One of Sutton Place's finest, full service "white glove" cooperatives, this grand classic 6 was designed by Rosario Candela in 1928. This south facing 2 bedrooms convertible 4 beds apartment offers a semi-private elevator landing ensures the utmost privacy, and leads to a large, welcoming foyer. Wrapped around windows that stream light into the apartment. The grandly proportioned living room is an exceptional space, featuring French doors that open into Juliet balconies, 9 foot ceilings, crown molding, wood floors, and a wood-burning fire place. It comfortably accommodates multiple seating areas, elegant wood paneled library with built in bookcases, long dining room with two French windows with Juliet balconies perfect for dinner parties. The master suite is quite large with bay windows. The current en-suite bathroom could be expanded. A large, windowed eat-in kitchen includes plentiful storage and counter space that could be converted into impressive chefs kitchen. 447 East 57th Street is one of New York's original cooperatives, consisting of just 22 apartments on 15 floors, 24-hour doormen, a live-in resident manager, and private storage comes with the apartment.