Prewar Coop Built 1926 in
| Full Service Doorman With Elevator
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There is a quiet elegance throughout this classic, beautifully proportioned 2BR/2BTH home located on one of Sutton Place's premier streets. The gracious entry leads to a sprawling living room ( approximately 22' X 18') with high beamed ceilings, wood burning fireplace, original oak strip floors and three oversized windows that look out onto the tree-lined street. It offers the best of New York living: at once a calm oasis and an ideal space in which to entertain. Flowing naturally off the living room is the windowed kitchen and dining area; straight head is a private hall to the bedrooms, each with newly renovated stone and tile bathrooms, en suite. Built-in bookcases, a wired stereo system with speakers in every room, custom-fitted closets throughout and newly installed washer/dryer are all part of this lovely home. And the storage area that conveys with it is, hands down, one of the largest I've ever seen!! 430 East 57 Street is a long established, white glove full service prewar cooperative with live-in resident manager and full time elevator operators and doormen. Designed by the renowned architects McKim, Mead and White, it offers a gym, bike room, landscaped backyard garden and private storage. Located steps from transportation, excellent shopping and a wonderful variety of dining options, residents also have their choice of a number of lovely parks nearby. It's no wonder that Sutton Place remains one of Manhattan's most desirable residential neighborhoods.