Caleb Anderson, AD Top 100 designer and the co-founder of the innovative, multi-disciplinary interior design firm Drake/Anderson, is listing his NYC Sutton Place apartment. Asking $2,895,000, the recently completed residence comes fully furnished and ready to move in.
The south-facing 2-bedroom 2-bathroom apartment features almost 1,400 sft of space. The marble bathrooms boast heated floors and Waterworks fixtures. The rooms are garnished with hand-made plaster moldings, Venetian plaster walls, custom SA Baxter hardware, LaCornue range and silk moire and hand painted wallcoverings.
The living room of this 1920s Sutton Place apartment features a midcentury-style sofa and a hammered-brass cocktail table that matches Vladimir Kagan lounge chairs and a lovely ottoman from Holly Hunt.
An extraordinary dining area features an antique Louis XVI Baccarat chandelier that was installed above the custom-crafted spider marble table. Caleb Anderson made an unusual choice to use a banquette upholstered in an Élitis fabric as seating on one side. The other side of the table features Willy Rizzo chairs.
One of the bedrooms, that doubles as a home office and TV room, comes furnished with a mossy green daybed and features mustard-yellow doors and trim, framing gold-flecked wallpaper by the Alpha Workshops.
The residence is fitted with central AC, new electrical throughout, Crestron sound, lighting and window systems.
The stunning two-bedroom home is located inside Sutton Place, the pre-war Emory Roth building that oozes old-New York elegance. The grand 1927 Bing and Bing constructed cooperative features only four apartments per floor and offers 24-hour attended lobby, live-in resident manager, gym, laundry facilities, bike storage and additional storage. The building is pet friendly and allows pied-a-terres.
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