Photo: Robert Clark

The model unit in Toll Brothers City Living’s Terrace Collection at The Sutton made a stunning, sunset debut yesterday evening. The aptly-named homes offer residents amazing views of surrounding Turtle Bay and the iconic Manhattan skyline, in addition to sweeping East River views.

The Terrace Collection residences are located atop The Sutton and feature panoramic floor-to-ceiling windows and are available in two- to three-bedroom open floorplans. The modern and spacious homes feel bright and airy thanks to an abundance of natural light.

Photo: Robert Clark

Designed by Hill West Architects, the residences boast elegant interiors by INC. The two-bedroom, 1, 947-square-foot model unit — TC1 — includes high ceiling heights and five-inch white oak plank flooring throughout.

The 30-foot living and dining space opens onto a luxurious Western terrace that offers plenty of entertaining space and picturesque views. The unit’s two terraces provide over 500 square feet of terrace space combined.

The kitchen is equipped with top-of-the-line appliances, including a Gaggenau refrigerator, dishwasher, microwave and cooktop. A stacked Bosch-brand washer and dryer is also included in the residence.

Each bedroom has a large walk-in closet for storage, and the unit boasts two full bathrooms and a powder room.

The Sutton is located on First Avenue in the heart of Manhattan’s East Side in the Sutton Place neighborhood — whose brownstone-lined side streets are easily recognizable from dozens of famous films and New York photographs.

Grand Central Station is a short walk away, as is prime shopping at Barney’s and Bloomingdale’s. The area also offers a wealth of eclectic eateries and a vibrant nightlife scene.

One of the Terrace Collection’s residences is already sold. Pricing for available Terrace Collection units starts at $5 million.

The Sutton is over two-thirds sold, so don’t miss your chance to buy in this exciting new development in one of Manhattan’s most iconic New York neighborhoods.

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