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Sutton Place is a little enclave that runs from the East River to Sutton Place, 52nd Street to 59th Street. Sutton Place in the East Fifties is quite the retreat from bustling Midtown Manhattan. A stretch of elegant prewar co-ops and townhouses, Sutton Place is where Marilyn Monroe and Lauren Bacall rented their penthouse in How to Marry a Millionaire. Running parallel to First Avenue, Sutton Place (which is called Sutton Place South below 57th Street) has some wonderful prewar apartment buildings with expansive river views. This quaint area has some greenery too, with two parks located just five blocks from each other.
Absolute Perfection! Triple Mint Penthouse designed by architect/owner with the most discriminating taste! Elegant & simple with clean lines, top of line finishes and extraordinary chef’s kitchen. In addition, both bathrooms are...
A quiet, lovely, spacious corner two-bedroom, two-bathroom home features stunning open views of the East River and the 59th Street Bridge from all major rooms! As the building is situated at the river’s edge, the views overlooking the...
A beautifully renovated, sun-splashed two-bedroom home with verdant Sutton views, secluded private patio, and a layout perfectly suited for comfortable living and gracious entertaining. The apartment’s lovely setting in the midst of the...
This exquisitely renovated apartment features open city and river views from the living room, dining area and kitchen. The apartment has been professionally designed with superb detail and high-end finishes. The home features spacious rooms,...
Enjoy serenely comfortable city living in this spacious two-bedroom home featuring open city views to the east from every room, new windows throughout, a large modern kitchen and two full bathrooms, all updated, a split bedroom layout, newly...
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