That’s right, Stribling calls it “swellegant”–the perfect mix between swell and elegant, casual and upscale. Yet we’re finding it a bit difficult to see the casual side of this $10.8 million, five-story townhouse. Built in 1899, 15 Sutton Place is a historic building with 10 rooms and an elevator to help you navigate the complex you call home. There are separate staff quarters, four working fireplaces and high ceilings.
But believe it or not, ultimate “swellegance” is to be found outdoors. You’ll have access to the gardens of Sutton Square–all the manicured grass and antique garden furniture needed to satisfy your outdoorsy side. In fact, between the ground-floor patio, top floor terrace, and numerous balconies, you could even skip the arduous trek and gaze at the East River from the comfort of your own home.
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