A spacious studio boasting a unique layout and a prime Sutton Place location, this beautiful and quiet home is a portrait of classic city charm. Features of this 550 sq. ft. co-op include gorgeous hardwood floors, large windows with southern exposure, a renovated bathroom, an enclosed kitchen, and a trio of roomy closets.
Beyond a functional entryway space adorned with a pair of coat closets, the home flows into a 27-ft long studio space that allows plenty of room to create defined sleeping, living, and dining areas. An enclosed, windowed kitchen—extremely rare for a studio—is equipped with sleek countertops, a gray subway tile backsplash, and a suite of stainless steel appliances that includes a dishwasher and microwave. The bathroom, adorned with a marble vanity and tiled walls and floors, sits next to an enclosed dressing area and a large closet.
430 East 56th is a full-service co-op nestled in the exclusive Sutton Place enclave. The building has a full-time doorman, a live-in super, a newly renovated laundry room, bicycle and residential storage, a lush courtyard patio, and a lovely rooftop deck. It is just steps from restaurants, bars, cafes, and shops, and is close to several gyms, Whole Foods, and the 4/5/6/E/M subway lines. Pets and pieds-a-terre are welcome. Golden Girl, Rue McClanahan, owned a prime piece of real estate in this renowned building at 430 East 56th Street and you can too!