A six-story apartment with a townhouse feel asks $9.5M in Sutton Place
It’s not every day a six-story apartment hits the market in New York–and it feels like a bonafide townhouse within the new Sutton Place condo 441 East 57th Street. The four-bedroom pad, with a sprawling 5,550 square feet, has hit the market for $9.5 million. (After last selling in 2010 for $9.4 million, it’s struggled on the market, asking everything between $13 and $9.499 million.) On top of tons of custom interior details, floor-to-ceiling glass doors open to a private 500-square-foot deck with all the outdoor perks.
The interior space is the work of Eric Cohler Design. The double-height living room features custom mahogany cabinetry, wet bar, and eco-smart fireplace.
The floor-to-ceiling glass opens to the terrace decked out with a Viking barbeque, outdoor retractable television, a second fireplace, and retractable canvas awning for privacy.
The second floor chef’s kitchen includes custom maple cabinetry and Calcutta marble countertops. The space then opens up to the dining room, with stunning south and east facing south views of East 57th Street. Dining room perks include a 150-bottle Viking wine fridge, Miele coffee system, and built-in china and crystal storage.
Each floor opens up to the double-height living room.
The third floor hosts two separate, guest or family bedrooms. The north side bedroom features silk carpeting, upholstered walls, cedar closets and an ensuite bath. The south side bedroom offers hardwood floors, custom double closets, and electric pocket shades. The laundry has been tucked behind mahogany doors, offering additional storage space.
The master suite takes up the entire fourth floor. A walk thru closet connects to a master bath with an infinity tub, steam shower for two, heated floors, and south- and east-facing views. The bedroom was finished with custom, Loro Piana cashmere drapes and wall coverings, rosewood paneling along the south wall, and silk carpeting.
The top floor holds a private study space. There are so many unique details packing into this sprawling apartment, make sure you see them all in the gallery below.
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Photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman