Judge Judy’s former Sutton Place penthouse with two terraces asks $3M
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The former Sutton Place pad of the queen of court TV, Judge Judith Sheindlin, has hit the market for $3.29 million. The Brooklyn native sold the duplex penthouse at 60 Sutton Place South with her husband, Gerald Sheindlin, for $2.25 million in 2010 (h/t NY Post). Found on the 19th floor of the building, the co-op features three bedrooms and three and a half baths. Plus, the 2,250-square-foot apartment comes with two terraces overlooking the East River.
The building, which sits between East 53rd and East 54th Street, was designed to maximize its waterfront views. The penthouse boasts north and west exposure. Through the large gallery, the spacious living room is found, which features a wood burning fireplace. The dining room sits between the living space and the kitchen and has access to the terrace.
The light-filled kitchen features a breakfast bar with a separate eat-in kitchen. It currently functions as the owner’s home office, instead of a maid’s room. A laundry and powder room can also be found on this level.
On the second level, there are three bedrooms, each with their own bathroom. The second terrace on this level measures 570 square feet and features a full irrigation system.
Residents at 60 Sutton Place enjoy full-time doormen and concierge, valet service, and a fitness center. For shareholders, a discounted monthly rate for the garage is available.
[Via NY Post]
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