Bob Dylan’s Harlem Townhouse On the Market

NEW YORK – Bob Dylan left his home state of Minnesota in the 1960s for New York City, and in 1980s he moved into a townhouse in the Harlem neighborhood. He would call it his home until 2000.

Today, that historic townhouse is on the housing market, listed at $3.595 million, according to TopTenRealEstateDeals.com.  The townhouse is located in the St. Nicholas Historic District, referred to as Striver’s Row, and has been

The listing indicates the four-story townhouse was built in 1890 and measures 3,952 square feet. The home has been updated, restoring the 19th century charm with 21st century touches. Included are five bedrooms, three baths, six fireplaces with original mantels, formal dining room, library, inlaid hardwood floors, crown molding, and high ceilings.

Dylan most recently won the 2016 Nobel Prize in Literature.

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