Your very own "haven" at 330 Haven Avenue awaits you!
Enter the spacious (14'5" x 9'7") foyer, with two closets, leading to a bright and airy living room. East-facing, with views of the building's attractive courtyard garden, the living room captures the morning sun. There is ample room for relaxing, dining, and entertaining.
The king-sized primary bedroom faces both East and South, and has two closets. The secondary bedroom is suitable for a child or could be used as a home office/guest room. It contains one closet and faces south.
The windowed bathroom has been recently renovated, with subway-tiled walls, recessed niches in the shower/tub, a mirrored medicine cabinet, and a honed marble floor.
Also renovated, the windowed kitchen features oak cabinetry with customized pull-out trays, polished granite countertops, slate flooring, stainless appliances, and track lighting.
The building and its fabulous Resident Super deserve a "Five-Star" rating for pristine maintenance and impeccable service.
The amenities at Lafayette Gardens include a part-time doorman (4pm - 12am daily), a package room, two garden courtyards, a storage area and bike room, on-site laundry facilities, an on-site parking garage (with below-market rates!), a live-in super, a daily maintenance crew, and an upgraded intercom directed to your mobile or home phone. The co-op also has BuildingLink, a cloud-based management source to help with day-to-day building activities. Gas and electric are included in the already low maintenance.
The co-op is located near the A train, M4 and M98 buses, and is convenient to the Westside Highway. An appealing array of trendy restaurants and specialty shops line 181st Street. There is a Starbucks on the corner of 181st and Ft. Washington, right next to the A train station. The Uptown Port Authority, with a Marshall's and other retail shops, is only a few blocks away.
This green area of Manhattan offers many advantages to outdoor/sports enthusiasts -- you'll find tennis courts, bike trails, soccer fields, jogging paths, and gardens. The neighborhood is also noted for The Cloisters and Ft. Tryon Park.