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  • Here's a look inside Harris' new $3.6 million brownstone

    Back in March, actor Neil Patrick Harris turned to Twitter to start his real estate search: "Looking to buy a brownstone in Harlem. Figure someone on Twitter might wanna sell. Any takers?" The New York Post reports the "How I Met Your Mother" star has ended his search with a $3.6 million new brownstone in Central Harlem.
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  • Here's a look inside Harris' new 3.6 million dollar brownstone

    The five-story home has five bedrooms, five bathrooms and two terraces.
  • Here's a look inside Harris' new 3.6 million dollar brownstone

    One of the features of the brownstone is a chef's kitchen.
  • Here's a look inside Harris' new 3.6 million dollar brownstone

    The home has "plenty of space" for Harris, his fiance and their twins, Harper and Gideon, Zillow reports.
  • Here's a look inside Harris' new 3.6 million dollar brownstone

    The living room of the home is shown. The property spans 8,000 square feet by Marcus Garvey Park in Central Harlem.
  • Here's a look inside Harris' new 3.6 million dollar brownstone

    Harris will host the Emmy Awards on Sep. 22.
  • Here's a look inside Harris' new 3.6 million dollar brownstone

    In addition to the five bathrooms and five bedrooms, the home has a backyard. Harris also owns a home in Studio City, Calif. and previously lived in another apartment in Harlem, Zillow reports.
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