4 Sutton Place offers a break from the hustle-and-bustle of Midtown Manhattan matched with classic, ultra-luxe, sought after Rosario Candela-design. Unit 10-11FL features 5 bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms along with a wood paneled library, formal dining room, state-of-the-art chef's kitchen, large master suite complete with his and her bathrooms and walk-in closets, 3 en-suite guest suites and an in-unit laundry room. The interior has been fully renovated by architect Stephen Wang and interior designer Charles Krewson, and occupies the 10th and 11th floors of the building. The residence features outstanding features and architectural details including high ceilings, Juliet balconies, a sweeping staircase with picture window, a foyer entry, and carved marble fireplaces. All rooms on both floors face the East River, opening up the interior of the apartment to the sun and amazing river views. 4 Sutton Place, Apt 10-11FL is currently listed for $10,500,000 with Arlene S. Reed and Andrea E. Wernick of Warburg Realty.
4 Sutton Place is one of the finest full service buildings in Sutton Place designed by famed classical architect Rosario Candela and Cross & Cross. This very exclusive 14-story co-op was built in 1928 and has only 9 apartments. Sutton Place is located at the end of 57th Street, where it meets the East River. The classic residential neighborhood marks a stark contrast both in style and price to the modern glass towers slightly Westward on “Billionaire’s Row.” The Vanderbilts, Morgans and other leading families built townhouses in Sutton Place in the 1920’s, quickly making it the most fashionable neighborhood in the city. Since that time, Aristotle Onassis, C.Z. Guest, Percy Sutton, Anne Cox Chambers, Tina Brown, Mario Cuomo, singers Michael Jackson and Beyoncé, fashion designers Bill Blass and Kenneth Cole, actresses Marilyn Monroe and Joan Crawford have all called Sutton Place home. The neighborhood features a selection of pre-war buildings and properties, most residences are exclusive co-ops, condos or townhouses. Prominent residential buildings in addition to 4 Sutton Place include 447 East 57th Street, 322 East 57th Street and 1 Sutton Place. The neighborhood itself is convenient to midtown- walking distance, and the the design district, as well as many charming restaurants including Mr Chow and Le Colonial.