Rare Pre-war Jumbo Studio with Office in Sutton Place!
Find your future in the pre-war past of this beautifully preserved and unique co-op at 410 East 57th Street. Apartment 8B boasts a large living area that exudes prewar charm at every turn, from high beamed ceilings to herringbone hardwood floors. It is very bright and faces the back of the building. It has the feeling of a grand parlor, and the space itself is very versatile.
A generous entry gallery can be used as a dining room with plenty of space for your dinner parties. There are two closets and a separate service entrance off this area. The adjoining windowed kitchen has ample storage but needs some renovation, as it is in near-original condition. The separate office space directly off the main room is windowed, with double doors and a deep closet. The bathroom is in original condition, with tub/shower combo and vintage tile. It is both windowed and bright.
The apartment once served as an office for a prominent NYU School of Medicine dean, and later as a pied-?-terre for a pair of world travelers. This space has seen decades of wisdom, wit, and adventure - now it's ready for you to add to its story. 410 East 57th Street is a quietly luxurious, mid-rise co-op on a tree-lined block in Sutton Place with a jewel box entry foyer and lobby. This beautifully maintained, elegantly low-key building has a full-time concierge, elevator attendants, a resident manager, an exercise room, and laundry facilities. Restaurants, wine shops, groceries, and business services are steps away, with more resources within a few blocks: Whole Foods, Home Depot, Bloomingdale's, and more. Call for private viewings and open house by appointment.