Real Estate Listing ($400,000 NYC co-op apartment listing)
Hudson Height’s hidden gem! Quietly tucked away on the garden courtyard-facing side of 340 Haven, this elegant one-bedroom, one bath, co-op apartment offers a serene refuge within a diverse, bustling neighborhood. Residents of the Lafayette Gardens co-op building enjoy easy access to fine restaurants, specialty food shops, grocery stores, and an array of open green spaces: Fort Tyron Park, J.Hood Wright Park, and Bennett Park. There’s also scenic Riverside Park--from where you can glimpse a charming red lighthouse positioned close to the George Washington Bridge.
Featured in this Washington Heights area co-op apartment is a newly renovated kitchen featuring immaculate white cabinets, sleek marble countertops, a deep undermount sink, and ample dining space. The recently renovated kitchen is fully equipped with new stainless-steel appliances, including a gas range, microwave oven, and a Bosch refrigerator and Bosch dishwasher,
The bathroom features marble tile throughout, creating the perfect backdrop for neutral toned or bright and colorful bathroom accessories and lush, green plants. There is a pedal sink, generously-sized mirror, and nickel-plated shower and bathtub fixtures. Close to the light and airy bedroom, with room to spare for a king-size bed, there’s plentiful closet space, supplemented by secure bicycle and locker storage areas located elsewhere in the building.
To relax, one can unwind in the pet-friendly co-op’s sundrenched courtyard or in the spacious living room, featuring two sunlit windows and original hardwood floors--sanded down and refinished to perfection.
Featuring a mashup of “old school” architectural charm meshed with new school technology, this Lafayette Gardens co-op building provides free Wi-Fi in its courtyard and reliable package acceptance and maintenance service, courtesy of BuildingLink’s high-tech communication system.
Best yet, there’s no flip tax and gas and electric are included in your monthly maintenance.