Bob Dylan’s Harlem Townhouse Hits Market For Cool $3.7M by the Forward

Bob Dylan’s Harlem Townhouse Hits Market For Cool $3.7M

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Wanna live in the Bard’s brownstone? Better start saving now.

The opulent four story Harlem townhouse where Bob Dylan lived for 14 years has just hit the market for a cool $3.7 million.

“Dripping with details,” the brownstone sits on Striver’s Row, a stretch of West 139th Street that attracted affluent African Americans during the Harlem renaissance of the 1920s.

The home has four bedrooms, a deck, decorative fireplaces, a modern kitchen, a Juliet balcony, and a library.

Dylan sold the place in 2000 for $560,000 meaning the current owners stand to make a tidy profit, according to 6sqft.com, which broke the story.

Prices have soared in the neighborhood as gentrification spreads uptown.

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Dave Goldiner

Dave Goldiner

Dave Goldiner is the Forward’s director of digital media. Dave is a veteran journalist who has spent two decades working at newspapers in the United States and Africa. A native New Yorker, Goldiner wrote for the New York Daily News, where he covered some of the biggest stories of our time, including the attacks of September 11, along with thousands of stories of hope and heartbreak. He also studied and worked in Southern Africa and has written for publications in South Africa and Zimbabwe. He holds masters degrees in journalism and public administration from Columbia University. Dave can be reached at goldiner@forward.com, or follow him on Twitter @davegoldiner

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