Effortlessly stylish Linda Fargo, Bergdorf Goodman’s SVP of style and retailer presentation director, is itemizing her also-chic Sutton Place house.
The model icon’s co-op at 14 Sutton Place South is available on the market for $1.29 million.
The Tenth-floor residence comes with two bedrooms, two loos and loads of prewar particulars, all in a Rosario Candela-designed constructing that dates to 1929.
“Crossing First Avenue and arriving on Sutton is like leaving New York,” Fargo advised Gimme Shelter, including that she checked out greater than 100 residences earlier than discovering this one. “It feels more European, with a beautiful mix of eras and buildings, river views, an extra-wide street and local family-run purveyors for cheese, meat, fish and wine.”
The room, which may additionally host a eating space, encompasses a woodburning fire and excessive ceilings. It’s subsequent to an eat-in kitchen.
One of the Sutton Place house’s two bedrooms. Carlos Andres Varela PhotographyThe co-op boasts excessive 9-foot-5-inch ceilings.Carlos Andres Varela PhotographyThe kitchen.Carlos Andres Varela PhotographyOne of two loos inside he East Side residence.Carlos Andres Varela PhotographyThe eat-in space of the kitchen.Carlos Andres Varela Photography
The house opens to a lobby that results in a big lounge with unique herringbone wood flooring.
Both bedrooms include ensuite loos. The principal bed room has two massive walk-in closets whereas the second bed room has been transformed right into a den.
“A Candela layout is brilliant and thoughtful,” Fargo added. “There’s perfect consideration of the flow between public and private space, and the proportions are perfect. High ceilings, thick walls and floors, solid doors and plenty of closets.”
A brand new relationship has prompted the transfer — however, she tells us, she is firmly staying within the ‘hood. (She also calls Sutton Place the city’s finest stored secret, including that the unit would price double if it have been downtown.) The constructing comes with a landscaped rooftop backyard, a health club, central laundry and storage.
The itemizing dealer is Corcoran’s Doug McCullough.