Fully Furnished! Breathtaking city views lie at your feet in this gorgeous 2-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom unit on the 35th floor.
A floor-through living space opens before you as you enter this spacious apartment. Dark hardwood floors and black accent walls complement the unit's modern decor. An entire wall of windows lines one side of the unit. Step out onto your private balcony and enjoy the sweeping panorama to the north and south: iconic skyline buildings such as the Empire State and the Chrysler Building, as well as the famous East River Bridges marching down eastern Manhattan, from the Triboro to Williamsburg. The fluid layout has enough space for a large living room as well as a comfortable dining area, with the renovated, open-plan kitchen conveniently lining the far wall. The kitchen features stainless steel appliances such as a Liebherr refrigerator, Bertazzoni oven, Bosch Dishwasher and microwave.
The guest half-bathroom lies across from the living room, flanked by both bedrooms. The impressive primary bedroom faces south and can easily fit a king-sized bed and extra furniture, on top of its built-in closet. The adjoining primary bath is a lavish, relaxing dream: double sinks rest atop a reclaimed wood vanity, the commodious shower stall is equipped with an oversized rainfall showerhead, and the raised, Japanese style jetted soaking tub overlooks picture-perfect views, ideal for relaxing.
The second bedroom is as generously sized as the first. It, too, faces south, and includes its own full bathroom, wood-clad, with a wide stone shower stall and charming reclaimed wood accents, including a tree-like pedestal for the organic-design sink. A large walk-in closet can accommodate all of your wardrobe needs.
This lovely home comes with central A/C and a washer/dryer hookup, as well as additional storage spaces throughout.
The Grand Sutton offers added privacy with only two apartments per floor. Amenities include a full-time doorman, concierge, courtyard garden, fitness center, live in super, and an adjacent garage.
Sutton Place is known as a cul-de-sac community--a reference to the many cul-de-sacs that line the riverside and the neighborhood's reputation as an enclave. Low foot-traffic due to the neighborhood's out-of-the-way location and residential nature as well as the many parks and quaint shops make Sutton Place one of New York's most peaceful refuges.