Spacious pre-war 2 bed, 2 bath home is now available in one of Sutton Place's most prestigious Cooperatives, 4 Sutton Place.
Formerly part of the residence of President John F. Kennedy's (youngest) sister, Ambassador Jean Kennedy Smith, who, among other achievements, played a pivotal role in advancing peace in Northern Ireland, this notable residence is a must-see.
Perched the 7th floor of this intimate 9-unit building, distinct features include an entry gallery, split bedrooms, picturesque East River and bridge views, three exposures, eat-in kitchen, separate windowed dining area, crown and baseboard moldings, high ceilings, and 3 walk-in closets.
Designed by the esteemed architect Rosario Candela, 4 Sutton Place is a pre-war boutique cooperative with 14 floors and 9 units. Built in 1928, residents are welcomed home with an elegantly designed lobby and full-time doorman. This idyllic address is located in one of Manhattan's most exclusive and storied neighborhoods along the East River. This coveted enclave can be characterized by its tree-lined streets and row of 19th century townhouses and brownstones. There is a lovely waterfront park across the street. Showing by private appointment only. Building permits 50% financing and there is a 3% flip tax.