Inside Neil Patrick Harris' New York home that sold for a record

In his new role on Netflix “ Decoupled “, Neil Patrick Harris stars as a newly single real estate broker looking for high-end relationshi...


In his new role on Netflix “Decoupled“, Neil Patrick Harris stars as a newly single real estate broker looking for high-end relationships – and ads, as he shows viewers around some digs in the city, like a spread at famed Beresford in the Upper West Side.

In real life, Harris and her husband, actor and chef David Burtka — who has a minor role in the Netflix show — just sold their own historic townhouse in Harlem for $6.99 million, according to reports. sources exclusive to Gimme Shelter.

Who scores a neighborhood record, and a substantial return on their investment. The couple bought the townhouse for nearly $3.6 million in 2013, as Gimme Shelter also exclusively reported at the time.

The property traded hands for a neighborhood record close to $7 million.
The property traded hands for a neighborhood record close to $7 million.
Courtesy of Compass
The townhouse retains many original details, but is also equipped with modern facilities.
The townhouse retains many original details, but is also equipped with modern facilities.
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A chic living space.
A chic living space.
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Design touches include wooden details, as in the staircase.
Design touches include wooden details, as in the staircase.
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Plenty of space to store books.
Plenty of space to store books.
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The couple installed a superb bar inside the house.
The couple installed a superb bar inside the house.
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Space to eat off the stairs.
Space to eat off the stairs.
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The five-story, 20-foot-wide property at 2036 Fifth Ave. first to market last August for $7.3 million. Built in 1908, the home is spacious at 8,000 square feet and features original details including crown molding, millwork, high ceilings, three fireplaces, and a restored wooden staircase.

New details – the house was updated by New York architect Jeffery Povero and LA designer Trace Lehnhoff – include a secret door that hides a hidden office on the top floor, as well as a vintage bar. There’s also a formal dining room, library, music room, and wine cellar — plus an upscale chef’s kitchen that played its own starring role in Burtka’s cookbook, “Life is a party.”

Outside, there are over 2,000 square feet of terraces, gardens and terraces, including a landscaped and irrigated roof terrace, ideal for entertaining, with an outdoor barbecue and a dining table that seats eight people under a wooden pergola. There is also a hot tub.

The chef's kitchen.
The chef’s kitchen.
Courtesy of Compass
A room inside the residence.
A room inside the residence.
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A home cinema.
A home cinema.
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The house also offers plenty of outdoor space for entertaining.
The house also offers plenty of outdoor space for entertaining.
Courtesy of Compass

The house has been a happy place for Harris, Burtka and their fraternal twins Gideon and Harper, 11. But they’ve spent so much time in the Hamptons since the pandemic that they’ve decided to downsize in the city, sources say.

At the premiere of “Uncoupled”, Burtka recently told Page Six he would have no idea how to navigate the dating world today, as the two have been married since 2014. “I can’t imagine being thrown into this dating pool anymore, it’s vicious,” Burtka said, adding that the couple “missed the whole Grindr app, phone meeting. I wouldn’t know how to do that. We wouldn’t have any idea.

Their house listing brokers were Vickey and Pacey Barron of Compass.

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