The splendor of Rosario Candela has been re-envisioned by famed architect Stephen Wang and interior designer Charles Krewson in this incredible duplex home at the white-glove cooperative of 4 Sutton Place. Encompassing the entire 10th and 11th floors of this exclusive 9-residence building, the home boasts East River views from every room. Originally completed in 1928, the home is like new after a three year, multi-million dollar renovation.
Formal entertaining is on the 10th floor of this duplex home. Every room has 10'6" ceilings, large windows, custom plaster crown moldings, 8-foot doors and stone window sills. Statuary marble floors grace the private elevator landing, foyer with double-height staircase and the main gallery. Off the foyer is the 20-foot by 28-foot living room, complete with three Juliet balconies, a wood- burning fireplace with antique French mantel and oak Parquet de Versailles floor. Also off the foyer is a custom, oak wood-paneled, Louis XV-style library. The main gallery leads to a formal dining room with three double doors that open onto a Juliet balcony with East River views. At the end of the gallery is a 18-foot by 18-foot Bilotta cabinetry kitchen, with white quartzite slab countertops and back splash. All appliances are top-of-the-line, including brands such as Sub- Zero, Wolf and Miele. Located off the kitchen is a separate breakfast room with china storage and a maids room.
Private chambers are located on the 11th floor. A 16-foot by 21-foot master suite has double exposures and his and her baths. The his private bath has Calcutta marble, a stall shower, Sherle Wagner fixtures, walk-in closet and separate entrance. The her private area includes a dressing room, with seasonal storage and a Dolomite marble bath with Jacuzzi tub, Sherle Wagner fixtures and separate entrance. All three secondary bedrooms have en-suite windowed bathrooms and ample storage. Off the hallway to the secondary bedrooms is a laundry room with full-sized LG washer and vented dryer, a utility sink and linen storage. A rear staircase leads to the kitchen and service hall on the 10th floor