A treetop view draws you into the expansive, light-filled, 30’x13’ living room of this well-proportioned two-bedroom, two-bath residence at 333 East 46th Street. Benefitting from large windows and southern exposure, this gracious room is the perfect space for living and dining. Open to the dining area, a nicely outfitted galley kitchen with gas stove and ample counter space affords a pleasant, high-functioning space in which to prepare meals or even just to open delivery bags from one of Turtle Bay’s great local eateries. For a treasured quiet night’s sleep in the city, the primary bedroom, down a short hall from the living room, affords two very large closets and an en suite bath with walk-in shower, while the spacious, multi-purpose den/second bedroom, off the living room, features a custom built-in wooden bookcase/desk, two ample closets, and an en suite bath with tub. Both bedrooms easily accommodate king-sized beds with space for proper nightstands on either side. Hardwood parquet flooring flows throughout the apartment, and six closets, including walk-ins and a pop-up, pull-out computer desk in the living room, provide for abundant, accessible storage. 333 E 46th Street is a well-run Condop building. The Board of Directors allow 80% financing, pied-a-terre ownership, parents buying for their children, sales/rentals to diplomats, and gifting. The sublet policy is very generous and is unlimited; cats are allowed, but not dogs. Building amenities include a large rooftop garden with skyline views, live-in super, 24-hour doorman, parking garage, and laundry. Steps from Dag Hammarskjold Plaza, with its Wednesday greenmarket, cafe, and public art exhibits, the building is ideally situated near Grand Central Station, the United Nations, and Midtown, and it provides easy access to great restaurants, shopping, and public transportation including the 4/5/6/7/E/M/S trains and the East River Ferry at 34th Street.