323 East 53rd Street
First-Second Sutton Area
Nearby Subway Stations
2BR/1BA floor-thru apt. Delivered vacant. Staircase to roof.
1BR/1BA apt, delivered vacant. Office, owner occupied, delivered vacant.
2BR/1BA floor-thru apt. Owner occupied. Delivered vacant.
2BR/1BA floor-thru apt w/access to private large garden. Delivered vacant.
Large unfinished basement, storage & mechanicals, exit to garden.
Classic late 1870's 20' wide townhouse. 4 stories w/basement and stoop on tree-lined, parking-restricted street. 100' lot, built 50' with an 8'x16' extension on all floors. Currently, 4 floor-thru apartments, the owner occupies the 2nd floor, the rental floors are nicely renovated. Original, classic features. Non-working marble fireplaces on all floors. High ceilings. Large, open ivy-covered back yard, you're in the country on the East Side. Full basement with 7' ceilings. Staircase to roof. Listed on historic registry as one of the few remaining townhouses in NYC with a cast-iron facade. Non-landmarked. Zoned R8B with unused FAR. All floors rentable "as is". Prime location for single-family residency, live-with-income or business-government-diplomatic use. Delivered vacant.
Additional features of this building include: Stairway to roof, Rare Cast-Iron facade, 20' x 100' Lot., Built 50' with 16' extension on 4 floors, Large garden, and Full basement.
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Sutton Place is a little enclave that runs from the East River to Second Avenue, 52nd Street to 59th Street.
Sutton Place in the East Fifties is quite the retreat from bustling Midtown Manhattan — a stretch of elegant prewar co-ops and townhouses, this is where Marilyn Monroe and Lauren Bacall rented their penthouse in How to Marry a Millionaire. Running parallel to First Avenue, Sutton Place (which is called Sutton Place South below 57th Street) has some wonderful prewar apartment buildings with grand river views. This tiny area has some green too, with two parks located just five blocks from each other.