A Neo-Georgian treasure, the 10-room five-story showpiece overlooking the Queensboro Bridge and East River from its major rooms and riverfront gardens graces one of the city’s most fabled enclaves, Sutton Square, once home to such luminaries as Anne Vanderbilt and Anne Morgan, inheritor of the J.P. Morgan fortune. The legacy is re-created on each floor and on terraces that overlook the bridge where the swells paraded their motorcars for weekends on Long Island. A secret oasis for over a century, Sutton Square—created to replicate London’s Belgravia—has long been home to Manhattan’s social and political glitterati who early on forsook the Upper Eastside for the privacy and magical riverfront gardens overlooking the Queensboro Bridge.

Previous Price$12,000,000