Prewar Coop Built 1938 in
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This exceptional home at 2 Sutton Place South is an elegantly renovated, eastern facing two bedroom, two bathroom apartment. Beyond a gracious foyer, the apartment's sunken living room overlooks Sutton Place, taking in views of the Queensborough Bridge. The living room features a wood burning fireplace and beamed ceilings. The newly renovated eat-in kitchen contains marble countertops, all new custom cabinetry, and a spacious dining alcove as well as top of the line appliances. The expansive master bedroom showcases the same eastern light and views, as well as a tastefully renovated en suite bathroom. The master bath includes custom craftsmanship with glass mosaic tile and classic fixtures. The sizable second bedroom can also be used as a library/den and is situated next to the second bathroom. A Miele washer and dryer, new windows, custom closets, and new in-wall heating and air-conditioning units round out this home. 2 Sutton Place is a premier white-glove pre-war Co-op designed by interwar master architect Emery Roth and is nestled in the cozy enclave of Sutton Place. The building features a state of the art gym, beautiful roof garden, circular driveway with port-cochÃ¨re, nearby restaurants, and is conveniently located near public transportation as well as easy access to the FDR Drive. Pieds-a-terre are allowed. 2.5% flip-tax paid by buyer.