LOCATION: 7 Sutton Square, New York, NY


BEDROOMS & BATHROOMS: 5 bedrooms & 10 bathrooms

PRICE: $39,800,000

This lavish mansion is located at 7 Sutton Square in New York, NY. 

It features approximately 9,600 square feet of living space with 5 bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, 2-story foyer, staircase & elevator, formal living & dining rooms, gourmet kitchen, home office, library, sauna and more. 

Outdoor features include a gated entrance and terraces. 

It is listed at $39,800,000.


  • horselips

    Horrible front view. It looks like almost anything except a single-family residence. Several floor plan issues: Staircase behind 1st floor kitchen does not go anywhere. Pictures 6 and 7 each show a different gourmet kitchen, but there’s only one on the plan (corresponding to picture 6). Elevator does not appear to go to the cellar.
    Off-street parking is outdoors and uncovered. I’m sure the buyer of this P.O.S. will want his premium rides exposed to the elements year ’round. That’ll do wonders for the paint job on that Maybach.
    OK, I get it – it’s in the midst of a big city and it was built in 1899. I’m fine with that – however, the deficiencies and limitations imposed by those realities are so great they overwhelm any value that might exist in the location. For crying out loud there isn’t even a skinny little lap pool – indoors or out. For $40 million-minus-one, there just has to be more than this, location notwithstanding.


    • ADM

      !! i loveddd this house when it was on sale maybe 5 years ago- the floorplan is super fun. and that has to be one of the best ny city townhouse foyers.
      its a legit hotel partaiculier rotunda; heavy but steep french staircase that goes up to the top floor with a massive skylight.
      but the facade is hella lame- it needs an austere limestone/alabaster neoclassic/beaux overhaul. like what the F is with all the dry ass brick? can i get a column or a juliet balcony? like if they were going hardcore industrial inside id be like whatever but it just doesn’t mesh.
      also, by the plans, the entryway should be like 4 stories high and a half oval.
      the location cant be beat for ny though; and in a riverfront cul de sac with a private drive. im honestly surprised it isnt more expensive.