By Devin Gannon, Mon, October 10, 2022
Photo credit: Real Estate Production Network for Sotheby’s International Realty
Full of antiques and paintings, this Manhattan pre-war co-op looks more like a fine art museum than a New York City apartment. Found in the enclave of Sutton Place at 419 East 57th Street, the lively maisonette duplex has two bedrooms, a 24-foot-long great room, and an expansive dining room, with handpainted trompe-l’oeil details throughout the home. Asking $2,695,000, the ground-floor apartment has its own street-level entrance.
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By Devin Gannon, Thu, February 17, 2022
Photos by Krisztina Crane for Evan Joseph Images
Here’s an opportunity to live in a Manhattan neighborhood that offers a small-town feel with big-city perks. Asking $1,895,000, this stylish high-floor co-op at 419 East 57th Street in Sutton Place has been renovated but successfully maintains its elegant pre-war aura. Currently set up as a two-bedroom, with the flexibility to make a third, the apartment also comes with a coveted office/staff room on the first floor of the building.
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