Designer Caleb Anderson’s Exquisite Sutton Place Apartment Is Up for Sale Fully Furnished
Interior designer Caleb Anderson, a partner with Jamie Drake in the renowned firm Drake/Anderson, has listed his sublime Sutton Place apartment. The personal residence of such an elite designer, located in a coveted stretch of Manhattan, asks $2.895 million.
According to Galerie, Anderson purchased it in an estate sale three years ago. Prior to that, it had been in the same family’s hands since the Emory Roth building was constructed in 1927. That’s practically a Manhattan miracle. Mostly in its original condition, the apartment needed a major renovation, which the designer took on with the help of his team at the firm. From handpainted wall coverings to a LaCornue range, no expense was spared.
The two-bedroom, two-bathroom has kept its period elegance, but with a contemporary edge played up by the workings of Anderson. His artful design embraces the regality of the apartment, with silks, velvets, and marbles all on display in rich hues. But what might the current decor have to do with the listing? Won’t Anderson be absconding with them to his new address? To a buyer’s gain, Anderson will not.
Available fully furnished, the apartment’s listing price includes everything that you see in the pictures except for the art and collectibles. In addition to this 1,400-square-foot, sun-soaked dream space, the buyer gets a finely-curated assemblage of pieces from one of New York City’s foremost designers. When people say “move-in ready,” wouldn’t it be wonderful if it always meant this?
Aren Ebrahimi and Leonard Steinberg of Compass holds the striking listing.