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Neil Patrick Harris Sells Italianate-Style Harlem Townhouse for $7.1 Million

It’s time for Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka to pack up their New York home. The couple is in contract on the sale of their single-family Harlem townhouse for $7.1 million, setting a new neighborhood record, according to the New York Post. Harris purchased the home for $3.5 million almost ten years ago, when How I Met Your Mother was still airing, he and Burtka’s tween twins were just two years old, and they hadn’t yet gotten married.
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Neil Patrick Harris sells Harlem brownstone in neighborhood record

Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka are in contract to sell their Harlem home at a — wait for it — legendary price for the neighborhood. Harris and Burtka inked a deal with a local New Yorker, who is in contract to buy the home at 2036 Fifth Avenue for north of $7.1 million, people familiar told the New York Post. While the roughly $888 per square foot sale may ultimately come in below the $7.3 million asking price, it’s still reportedly expected to be a record for the neighborhood.
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Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka sell Harlem townhouse listed for $7.3M

Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka found a buyer this month for their five-story Harlem townhouse, which first hit the market last August for $7,325,000. As first reported by the New York Post, the home at 2036 Fifth Avenue is in contract for more than $7,100,000, likely setting a new record for a townhouse sale in the Upper Manhattan neighborhood. The home, constructed in 1908 as a bed-and-breakfast, measures 8,000 square feet and 20 feet wide.
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Neil Patrick Harris finally scores buyer for Harlem home, sets price record

“How I Met Your Mother” star Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka have found a buyer for their historic Harlem brownstone, Gimme can report exclusively. The five-story home listed last August for $7.3 million. But it was pulled off the market following a storm that caused some water damage. While the furniture was being redone, brokers and buyers kept circling ⁠— with multiple offers. The buyer ⁠— a local New Yorker in love with the house and the ‘hood, we hear ⁠— is in contract for more than $7.1 million, sources say. It’s a record for the neighborhood and yet another...
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Neil Patrick Harris Apologizes for That Amy Winehouse Moment

Neil Patrick Harris just got a reminder that the internet never forgets. Shortly after Amy Winehouse died of alcohol poisoning in 2011, Harris and his husband, David Burtka, made light of a terrible situation by fashioning a charcuterie board of “The Corpse of Amy Winehouse” for a Halloween party. If it sounds awful, it’s because it is.
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Neil Patrick Harris Slammed for Graphic ‘Corpse of Amy Winehouse’ Meat Platter

Neil Patrick Harris is facing backlash once again for a disturbing food platter that he served at his Halloween party 11 years ago. Amy Winehouse passed away from alcohol poisoning at the age of 27 on July 23, 2011. Less than three months after her death, the How I Met Your Mother star apparently thought it was comedic to serve gruesome food labeled as the "corpse of Amy Winehouse."
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Neil Patrick Harris apologizes for Amy Winehouse corpse charcuterie

He’s eating his words. Neil Patrick Harris apologized after a photo resurfaced from his 2011 Halloween party showing a meat platter designed to look like Amy Winehouse’s corpse. “A photo recently resurfaced from a Halloween-themed party my husband [David Burtka] and I hosted 11 years ago,” Harris said in a statement to Entertainment Weekly Monday. “It was regrettable then, and it remains regrettable now.” He added, “Amy Winehouse was a once-in-a-generation talent, and I’m sorry for any hurt this image caused.” In a since-deleted tweet, party attendee Justin Mikita posted a photo of the graphic edible display, which depicted a bloodied version of the...
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