Prewar Coop Built 1938 in
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Prestigious 2 bedroom 2 bath apartment with a sunken living room, 11 foot ceilings and a wood-burning fireplace in a pre-war coop by famed architect, Emery Roth. Built in 1938 and recognized by the attractive limestone porte-cochere, this handsome 19-story icon is located in one of Manhattan's most desirable neighborhoods. Pre-war details include high & beamed ceilings, newly refurbished, hardwood flooring, spacious rooms, more than ample closet space, an eat-in kitchen and over-sized windows. Newly updated kitchen with Sub-Zero and newer appliances and a washer/dryer combo in the second bedroom. The apartment is ready for the next owner to place their finishing touches in this masterpiece building. Available as a combination with 3E and/or 3G to make this an even more expansive apartment than it already is, to make this into a classic 12 room apartment at minimum with multiple exposures. 2 Sutton Place South is a full service coop building comprised of an outstanding staff of full time doorman, porters, a live-in superintendent, residents gym, bike room and a beautifully landscaped roof terrace overlooking the East River, 59th Street Bridge and panoramic views. The grand lobby has just completed a renovation restoring more of its original beauty. The building is pet friendly and allows use as pied-a-terre. Flip tax of 2.5%. 2 Sutton Place South is strategically placed at the corner of 57th Street making it the most ideal location for a multitude of transportation options and all that 57th and the surrounding has to offer with New York's most renowned shops, restaurants and parks.