461 East 57th Street


Please note that the photographs used here pre-date the current tenant who is vacating August of 2023. The home was recently published in Forbes magazine to highlight the design work of the current tenant, an artist and wallpaper designer. The home can be returned to white walls and original light fixtures and will be delivered vacant at closing.

The home completed a gut renovation in 2021 with all new layout, plumbing and electrical. It is approximately 3200 square feet. This is the first time the building has been offered for sale in decades, though it was listed two years ago as part of a two building package with the adjacent townhome.

Highlights include an atrium, backyard, solid oak floors and custom millwork throughout. The kitchen has a Brazilian marble island, stainless appliances and Bertazzoni range. A large basement provides considerable extra space. The home has a gas boiler for heat and hot water, and air conditioning is a mix of split systems and window units. New connections to the street for all service lines were installed during the recent renovation.

Surrounded by Candela white glove cooperatives, 461 East 57th Street is a recently renovated, five bedroom, 19th century townhouse on the most iconic corner of Sutton Place. It is a stone’s throw from the UN, world class hospitals, midtown Manhattan and the Upper East Side. Down the street is a waterfront park, fish market, butcher, wine store, tennis club, and countless neighborhood restaurants. This nook of Sutton Place is a small village right in the heart of New York City.

Shown by appointment.

Unit:              Approximately 3,200sf
Price:                     $6,395,000
Taxes:        $47,456.04/yr


For additional information:

Michael Berner


For additional information:

Susan Penzner