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$10,900,000

13 Sutton Place New York, NY 10022
4 Beds 3,919 Sq. Ft
6 Full Baths 1 Half Bath
Courtesy Of Brown Harris Stevens
MLS# 10190155
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: 
Sutton Place South runs from East 53 to East 57 Streets, Sutton Place from 57 to 59 Streets, but the most exquisite section is Sutton Square, a U shaped enclave of 14 townhouses on East 57, the East Side of Sutton Place and East 58 Streets. In the middle of the U is a magnificent tree and communal garden, boarded on the east side by the East River. Those in the long section of Sutton Place facing East have water views from all levels, with sunrises and ever changing water views of the turbulent East River. This house is in this section. <br><br>Originally developed in 1875 by Effingham B. Sutton, Sutton Place became fashionable in 1920 when two extraordinary heiresses chose to leave Fifth Avenue to build townhouses here to enjoy the gardens overlooking the East River. Anne Harriman Vanderbilt, the younger daughter of Mrs. William K. Vanderbilt, Sr., was married in her parents' home at 660 Fifth Avenue on Fifth Avenue and 51 Street. Anne Tracey Morgan was the youngest daughter of J.P. Morgan, the richest and most prominent industrialist of his time. With Ann Vanderbilt, Ann Morgan helped organize The Colony Club, the first woman's social club in New York and they then moved on to found the exclusive neighborhood of Sutton Place. <br><br>13 SUTTON PLACE: ILLUSTRIOUS OWNERS<br><br>Two extraordinary luminaires and trailblazers of their time brought 13 Sutton Place to its current prominence. Elisabeth Marbury was a descendant of Anne Hutchinson who co-founded Rhode Island after her banishment from the Massachusetts Bay Colony. Elizabeth was a pioneering American theatrical literary agent and a producer who helped shape the business methods of the modern commercial theater. Her clients included Oscar Wilde and George Bernard Shaw, she helped create and define the American musical comedy with music by Cole Porter. Her companion was Elsie De Wolfe, whose 1913 book, The House in Good Taste, was credited with inventing the profession of interior design. Her design
FEATURES:
Amenities: Elevator, Garden
Architecture Style: Other
Roof Type: Unknown
Rooms: Bedroom, Full Bath, Half Bath

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