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 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.

Vintage bar

(Will Ellis / DDreps)

A staircase leads up to a loftlike living and dining area and an adjacent modern kitchen. 

Dining and living area

(Will Ellis / DDreps)

On the third floor, the primary suite comes with a walk-in closet, marble bath, and outdoor hot tub.


(Will Ellis / DDreps)

Other rooms include a library, an office, and a roof deck.

Roof deck

(Will Ellis / DDreps)

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.

Home theater

(Will Ellis / DDreps)

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.”

By Claudine Zap |