Quite possibly the largest apartment currently available for $625K in the exclusive Sutton-Beekman Place neighborhood, this exceptional prewar home features a gracious living room with a wood burning fireplace. The living room, kitchen, and bedroom enjoy serene views of 52nd Street lush with trees and a landscaped plaza. The street is a quiet and charming cul-de-sac which ends in a terrace overlooking the East River. There is a spacious foyer which functions well as a dining area or an office. The living room and bedroom feature a wall of windows allowing for great natural light. The kitchen and bathroom also have large windows. There are four roomy closets and a 108 cubit foot storage bin transfers with the apartment 424 East 52nd Street is part of the sought-after Southgate community of co-ops conceived of by the iconic architect and genius apartment designer, Emery Roth, in the late 1920s. Dogs are welcome and the Peter Detmold Park on Beekman Place is a short walk through Southgate's private garden. Maintenance includes electricity. 80% financing allowed.