Award-winning actor Neil Patrick Harris has a real estate victory to add to his accolades.
Harris and his husband, David Burtka, finally sold their Harlem townhouse. It was listed in August for $7,325,000 and just sold for $7.1 million, according to the Real Deal. The sale price is expected to set a record for the neighborhood.
Harris and Burtka paid $3,582,000 for the place in 2013, according to Realtor.com. They performed a “meticulous restoration” of the 8,000-square-foot, five-floor home. Dating from 1908, the five-bedroom residence now features restored woodwork and wainscoting, along with 12-foot-high ceilings.
The spectacular space includes three gas fireplaces, four outdoor spaces, and a huge, vintage bar.
A staircase leads up to a loftlike living and dining area and an adjacent modern kitchen.
On the third floor, the primary suite comes with a walk-in closet, marble bath, and outdoor hot tub.
Other rooms include a library, an office, and a roof deck.
The garden level was used as a production office and comes with a 10-seat home theater. The basement houses a rec room, wine cellar, workshop or gym, and plenty of storage.
The locale is just one block from the lively 125th Street. It’s close to transit, museums, and pocket parks.
The multitalented Harris is known for his role on the long-running show “How I Met Your Mother.” The 48-year-old has also starred in movies such as “Harold and Kumar,” “Gone Girl,” and “The Matrix Resurrections.”
Vickey Barron with Compass represents the listing.
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