The New York City historic Harlem townhouse where Bob Dylan lived from the 1980s until 2000, during some of his most musically productive years, has come on the market. Built circa 1890 and designed by the famous McKim, Mead & White architectural firm, it is located in the St. Nicholas Historic District, created in 1967 by the Landmarks Preservation Commission, encompassing approximately 150 houses.
Popularly referred to as Striver’s Row, the neighborhood has attracted important residents through the years from politicians to artists. Dylan’s four-story townhouse measures 3,952 square feet of restored 19th-century details with a complete 21st-century update for today’s lifestyles. Included are five bedrooms, three baths, six fireplaces with original mantels, formal dining room, large living room with Juliette balcony, a library, inlaid hardwood floors, crown molding, wainscoting and high ceilings.
Bob Dylan’s former historic Harlem townhouse of 14 years is now for sale, priced at $3.595 million. The listing agent is Vie Wilson from Corcoran Real Estate in New York City.