Sutton House: 415 East 52nd Street

I recently bought an apartment at Sutton House at 415 East 52nd Street and I adore the building and neighborhood.

Buyers: If you are interested in learning more about this lovely building, contact me! It offers amazing value and I know the ins and out of the building in additon to the board package. Check out current listings and stats HERE.

Sellers: If you are a current resident and interested in selling, I would love to meet and tell you more about how I can market your home.

415 East 52nd Street (Sutton House) is a full service cooperative building with an extensive suite of amenities and incredibly rich history. Located on a charming cul-de-sac block on the border of Beekman and Sutton Place in Manhattan, the property is surrounded by beautiful and historic architecture. The 19 story tower building is segmented into two additional 12 story wings, hosting 287 units that range from generously sized studios to five bedroom homes. Originally built in 1956, the desirable Sutton House was converted to cooperative in 1981. This quaint enclave is a world unto itself, with immediate access to fantastic Midtown East restaurants, shops cafes, markets and transportation.

Sutton House Amenities include:

-Fitness center

-Children’s playroom

-Laundry room

-Three roof decks

-Full time doormen

-Interior courtyards

-Landscaped gardens

-East River views

-Additonal Storage

-Pets allowed

Beekman and Sutton Place are charming, tranquil enclaves within the Turtle Bay neighborhood in midtown Manhattan. Beekman Place runs from 48th Street to 52nd Street while Sutton Place runs from 53rd to 59th Streets, both tucked away between First Avenue and the East River. Quiet streets, river views, historic architecture and quant shops and restuarnts create picturesque allure and a welcoming, tight knit community.

If you or anyone you know is interested in buying or selling in the area, please get in touch! agodley@christies.com / 518-573-2928

About the author: Alexis Godley

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