330 Haven Avenue, #3C

Coop | rented
Between West 180th Street & West 181st Street
WEB ID: 3330165
    • 2 BEDS
    • 1 BATHS
    • 850 APPROX. SQFT
    • POST-WAR
    • BUILT 1951

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    About 330 Haven Avenue, #3C

    NEW PRICE~YOUR SEARCH IS OVER! Lovingly renovated, this wonderful 2 bedroom is quietly situated overlooking the building’s pretty garden courtyard. Eastern light streams in all morning while perfect reflective light warms the home each afternoon. The kitchen is renovated with crisp white cabinetry outfitted with smart storage options and pull-out drawers, plenty of prep space and stainless appl...

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      330 Haven Avenue

      330 Haven Avenue

      Apartment Building in Washington Heights

      Between West 180th Street & West 181st Street

      192 UNITS
      6 STORIES
      1951 BUILT
      Listing Courtesy of Corcoran