Professional preservationist Hugh Crean took his work home to 401 Manhattan Avenue, the Harlem townhouse he restored to Victorian specifications and put on the market in November for $1.595 million. Apparently accurate Victoriana is exactly the kind of staging today's buyer wants to see, because despite the home's smallish size (a little over 2,000 square feet), it has sold for $1.55 million, Harlem Bespoke reports. Brokers, sellers, are you taking notes?
· 401 Manhattan Sold Close to Asking [HB]
· Preservationist's Zany Victorian Townhouse Hits Market in Harlem [Curbed]