320 East 57th Street, 12A
320 East 57th Street
320 East 57th Street
320 East 57th Street, 12A
320 East 57th Street, 12A
320 East 57th Street, 12A
320 East 57th Street, 12A
04-320E57
320 East 57th Street, Roof Deck

Sutton Place |  Manhattan, NY 10022

$1,195,000  |  2 BD |  2 BA

320 East 57th Street, Unit 12A

Key

Details:

Cooperative

BUILDING TYPE

$2,955

MONTHLY MAINTENANCE

2%

FLIP TAX

62%

TAX DEDUCTION

75%

ALLOWABLE FINANCING

1,250

SQUARE FEET

Allowed

PET POLICY

Allowed

PIED-Á-TERRE POLICY

Story:

Looking for that special, glamorous apartment? This elegant, Art Deco, pre-war apartment on East 57th will be at the top of your list.

 

Enter your new apartment through a gracious, room-sized formal dining gallery with double closets. You'll be greeted with high-beamed ceilings, glorious city views, great light, wood burning fireplace, and herringbone hardwood floor. This apartment has all of the burnished details of the some of the classic, great New York City apartments.

 

And no need for updating. This outstanding property offers a huge, 16-ft long chef's kitchen that has been thoughtfully renovated with custom cabinetry, stone floor and counters, pantry closet, and high end appliances, including a Bosch dishwasher and under-counter Miele clothes washer and separate dryer—a complete laundry in your own apartment.

 

Both bedrooms have an en-suite windowed bathroom and each has been skillfully and elegantly renovated: An oversized soaking tub in the master, a gracious walk in shower in the guest bath—it's grand hotel-style living at its finest.

 

This spacious, elegant, pre-war 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom apartment has it all: space, original details, upgrades and renovations, modern conveniences. It's all here. 

 

Did I mention location? That's another key. Perfect central Midtown East - Sutton Place location. Steps to the 4,5,6,N,R,W,M and E trains, as well as multiple cross-town buses. Central Park or East River? Short blocks away. Whole Foods? One block away.

 

Building services include a full-time doorman, live-in super, a charming roof deck, which is complete with tables, chairs and umbrellas, an in-building laundry room, individual storage bins, as well as a separate bike storage room. And your pet is welcome too.
 

Welcome home to your new life. It's time you had the best New York can offer.

Schedule a visit today and see this charming apartment and experience Sutton Place living at its best.

Amenities:

24-Hour

DOORMAN

Live-In

SUPERINTENDENT

On Site

BIKE & STORAGE

In-Home

LAUNDRY

Yes

CONCIERGE SERVICE

Roof Deck

COMMON SPACE

Location

& Transit:

63rd Street Station

8-MINUTE WALK | 0.36 MI

Lexington Ave Station

10-MINUTE WALK | 0.43 MI

Lexington Ave & 59th St

6-MINUTE WALK | 0.3 MI

51st Street Station

7-MINUTE WALK | 0.4 MI

Building:

320 East 57th Street

15 floors | 96 units | Cooperative | Built 1928

The minute you walk into the original doors and into the stunning lobby designed by French ironworks master Edgar Brandt, you'll be transported into the Art Deco era. This elegantly appointed pre-war building is one of the most sought after in the Sutton Place neighborhood. In fact, the building was featured in the book, Manhattan Classic: New York's Finest PreWar Apartments.

This must-see address includes 24-hour doormen, live-in super, and video security throughout the common areas. It also offers storage units, bicycle room, on-site laundry and it's all topped off with a lavish roof garden. 

Community District: 106  |  City Council District: 5

Police Precinct: 17  |  School District: 2

Area:

Sutton Place

Sutton Place is one of the most iconic, coveted neighborhoods in Manhattan. The area is a splendid mix of elegant, pre-war buildings and stunning townhouses on tree-lined streets. The neighborhood began to take shape in 1875 when Effington Sutton began building a row of brownstones between 57th and 58th streets. Sutton Place became fashionable right at the beginning of the Roaring 20's when members of the Vanderbilt and Morgan families began to build elegant townhouses in the area. Many of these breathtaking homes were designed by the noted designers Mott Schmidt and Rosario Candela. And the area looms large in popular culture with Sutton Place prominent in classic movies like Woody Allen's Manhattan, My Man Godfrey, and even Sutton Place South at 53rd Street is the famous "dead end" of The Dead End Kids.

Today, Sutton Place still exudes that understated, old money elegance. And the area has developed further with world-class restaurants, shopping, and some of the city's best food and wine purveyors. Central Park and Sutton Place Park are steps away. Welcome to one of the city's truly great neighborhoods.

Contact:

Interested in this property?

Contact us and schedule an appointment to see 320 East 57th Street, Unit 12A.

Walter L. Larkin, III

President

LARKIN:NYC, Inc.

walter.larkin@larkin-nyc.com

917-648-1489

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