This $2.9M Sutton Place co-op has finishes–and furniture–courtesy of an AD100 designer

Posted On Mon, May 23, 2022 By

Posted On Mon, May 23, 2022 By In Cool Listings, Midtown East, Sutton Place 

Photo credit: Stephen Kent Johnson

This two-bedroom, 1,400-square-foot Sutton Place co-op at 435 East 57th Street is the home of Caleb Anderson, partner in the AD top 100 interior design firm Drake/Anderson. Anderson has listed the home for $2,895,000, furniture included, so the next owner can instantly benefit from an impeccable NYC design pedigree. The elegant pre-war apartment underwent a thorough renovation, with top-tier materials and craftsmanship–from Venetian plaster walls and custom hardware to hand-painted wall coverings–evident at every turn.

Behind the scenes, no expense was spared, from central AC and new electrical wiring to Crestron sound, lighting and window systems, marble bathrooms, and Waterworks fixtures. At the spiritual center of the home is a bright living room done all in white with sinuous furnishings and a fireplace.

A dark, moody kitchen is anchored by a LaCornue range. Crimson-tiled flooring is echoed in the dramatic lacquered walls of the dining room (Yes, that stunning marble dining table is included).

In the primary bedroom, you’ll find silk moire and hand-painted wall coverings in a handsome blue-grey that appears again in the statement-marble-clad bath. A second bedroom (currently also used as a library) is done in ochre, with creamy travertine accents. Lush velvet furnishings and unique lighting complement this frame perfectly.

The 1927 building offers a 24-hour attended lobby, a live-in resident manager, a gym, laundry facilities, and storage. Pets and pieds-a-terre are welcome.

[Listing details: 435 East 57th Street 12B at CityRealty]

[At Compass by Aren Ebrahimi, Leonard Steinberg, and Herve Senequier]


Photo credit: Stephen Kent Johnson

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Neighborhoods : East Midtown,Sutton Place



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