Marilyn Monroe and Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Arthur Miller’s former house close to Sutton Place has quietly hit the marketplace for $3.05 million — down from its $3.75 million asking value in Could.
The three-bedroom, 3½-bathroom condominium is at 444 E. 57th St., a superb 14-story constructing that dates to 1927.
Late dressmaker Invoice Blass as soon as owned a constructing penthouse and held glamorous events on his 3,000-square-foot terrace with views of the East River and the town skyline. Different big-name residents included legendary late Carlyle Lodge singer Bobby Brief and Sweden’s Princess Madeleine.
Miller was Monroe’s third husband and her longest marital companion. Their marriage lasted shut to 5 years and this house is reportedly the place Miller wrote “The Misfits,” which was Monroe’s final play.
At a roomy 2,190 sq. ft, the prewar house on the thirteenth flooring comes with two woodburning fireplaces and partial East River views. There’s additionally a proper eating room and a further bed room or house workplace.
The principle nook bed room has river views, customized closets and an ensuite windowed toilet. The third bed room is presently a library with a hearth, customized cabinetry and pocket doorways.
The residence opens to a big lobby that results in a front room with a hearth, 9-foot ceilings and huge home windows. The eating room accommodates 10 folks. There’s additionally a chef’s kitchen with customized white cabinetry.
The constructing was designed by architect Lafayette A. Goldstone practically a century in the past and encompasses a limestone base together with a vaulted marble foyer. Facilities embody a doorman, an elevator operator, a resident supervisor and bike storage.
The itemizing dealer is Harriet Maisel of Brown Harris Stevens.