ESTATE SALE Priced to accommodate a renovation, this well-laid out pre-war apartment has tremendous potential. The photos show it virtually staged to give you some ideas. You enter the apartment into a spacious vestibule with a large coat closet. As you continue down the hallway you come to a long windowed galley kitchen on your left. The south facing sunlit kitchen has been recently improved with new cabinetry, a new backsplash and granite countertops. The wall separating the kitchen from the living area can be partially removed. The living area also faces south and gets lots of direct light. It has high beamed ceilings and hardwood floors and the walls have the original picture moldings. The bright, airy and quite large bedroom has a closet and two built-in bookcases, and can accommodate a king-sized bed. The windowed bathroom is just off the bedroom and has a large soaking tub. The wood floors throughout the apartment were recently sanded and re-stained. The pre-war building has a canopied entrance and has a part-time doorman seven days a week from 3-11 PM and a live-in super; It also has a large laundry room and a storage room. Up top, there is a beautiful planted roof deck which is opened year round and has incredible views of the city. The building allows unlimited subletting after two years of ownership with board approval. They also allow pied-a-terre's; parents buying for children and gifting. The building is located on a beautiful tree-lined block. The E, M and 6 subway lines are a block away. There is a Whole Foods on 57th and Second, a Trader Joe’s on 59th and 1st as well as a Morton Williams and a D'Agostino’s even closer by. The street has a pocket park and is close to the ever expanding East River Park. The area has classic New York restaurants as well as plenty of new and contemporary ones that create a great buzz. Come see what living in a classic New York neighborhood feels like. Showing every day by appointment.