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Map: Harlem's 10 most expensive homes for sale right now

The prices on these listings range from the lower $4 millions to over $8 million

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Harlem's real estate map has been changing at a rapid clip in recent years, and with that sales prices have escalated as well. One of the biggest and most talked about developments in the neighborhood has been Circa Central Park, a condo project developed by Artimus Construction and designed by FXFOWLE. Many of the units on this list are from that development alone. Others are single and multi-family townhouses, and every few months it seems a new record is broken for the priciest sale in the neighborhood. The most recent one was set after a townhouse in the Hamilton Heights section of Harlem sold for just under $5 million in January. If sold at their asking price, most homes on this list could easily break that record. Homes on this list represent listings in East, West, and Central Harlem, and if there are any we missed out, be sure to leave us a note in the comments section below.

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Circa Central Park #9A—$8.7 Million

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Expectedly, Harlem's most expensive listing is at Circa Central Park, heralded (and derided) for being on the last undeveloped corner of Central Park. The FXFOWLE-designed building features a total of 38 condos, and this particular unit is a five bedroom, 4.5 bathroom apartment that's asking $8.744 million. The condo spans 3,348 square feet, and comes with a 739 square foot terrace overlooking Central Park, and an indoor/outdoor fireplace among many other über-fancy features.

16 East 129th Street—$5.9 Million

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Located on East 129th Street between Fifth and Madison Avenues, this four-story townhouse is on the market asking $5.9 million. The townhouse was previously a multi-family building with 11 units, but recently underwent a complete renovation to convert it into an owner's triplex, along with a one-bedroom, and a studio, according to the brokerbabble. The house comes with a backyard that has a deck and a custom-designed patio.

Circa Central Park #8A—$5.496 Million

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Units at Circa Central Park take up a lot of space on this list, and so it is that in third place, there's a three-bedroom, 2.5 bathroom apartment at the building that's asking $5.496 million. This one comes with an even bigger terrace that the previous on this list—a 1,054-square-foot private, outdoor space. Other standout features include radiant floor heating, an LG vented washer/dryer, and floor to ceiling windows.

29 Mount Morris Park West—$5 Million

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Located within the Mount Morris Park Historic District, this multi-family townhouse that spans 4,000 square feet is being offered up for $5 million. Built in 1909, the townhouse has four bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms spread out over four floors, and is being currently marketed as two units. Some of the best features of the house include 12-foot tall original double doors that lead to the parlor, high ceilings, and double height windows.

17 West 120th Street #3—$4.999 Million

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Also located within the Mount Morris Park Historic District, this 4,000-square-foot brownstone wants $4.999 million. The townhouse comprises of a one-bedroom unit, a two-bedroom, and a duplex, and a 50-foot backyard. Other highlights here include original mahogany and oak wood, climate controlled rooms, five fireplaces, and it's located just a short walk away from Marcus Garvey Park.

122 East 101st Street—$4.995 Million

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This East Harlem single-family townhouse comes with three bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms, and is on the market asking $4.995 million. The house comes with walnut floors, a chef's kitchen fitted with statuary marble, and a 500-square-foot garden, among several other pricey features.

Circa Central Park West #5G—$4.995 Million

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The penultimate of the Circa Central Park apartments on this list, this one features four bedrooms, and 3.5 bathrooms spread out over 2,113 square feet. That includes a 99-square foot outdoor space, and the apartment is asking $4.995 million, putting it in a tie with the single family townhouse in East Harlem. The outdoor space is divided between one balcony off of the living room, and one that can be accessed from the master bedroom.

Circa Central Park #3G—$4.52 Million

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The final Circa Central Park listing is also a four-bedroom, 3.5 bathroom, and is on the market for $4.52 million. This one has an identical layout to the previous one except that this one is on the third floor whereas the other was on the fifth. Some of the standout features in the condo include custom Italian cabinetry in the kitchen, and a master bathroom with polished white marble tiles on the floor and walls.

123 West 119th Street—$4.35 Million

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This six-story townhouse asking $4.35 million, is yet another multi-family building on this list. Currently the building is divided up into three units—a triplex with a backyard garden, a second floor apartment, and a penthouse duplex with multiple terraces. At least two of the units feature original fireplace mantles. The penthouse unit has 13-foot tall ceilings, an original fireplace, and three terraces that span over 1,000-square-feet in total.

107 West 120th Street—$4.295 Million

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This townhouse, asking $4.295 million can accommodate up to six families, but the lower two units still have the existing tenants in place. Those units are both two-bedrooms, and there four, one-bedroom apartments spread out on the two-floors above that. Buyers have the option of buying out the existing tenant, and converting it into a single home, according to the brokerbabble.

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Circa Central Park #9A—$8.7 Million

Expectedly, Harlem's most expensive listing is at Circa Central Park, heralded (and derided) for being on the last undeveloped corner of Central Park. The FXFOWLE-designed building features a total of 38 condos, and this particular unit is a five bedroom, 4.5 bathroom apartment that's asking $8.744 million. The condo spans 3,348 square feet, and comes with a 739 square foot terrace overlooking Central Park, and an indoor/outdoor fireplace among many other über-fancy features.

16 East 129th Street—$5.9 Million

Located on East 129th Street between Fifth and Madison Avenues, this four-story townhouse is on the market asking $5.9 million. The townhouse was previously a multi-family building with 11 units, but recently underwent a complete renovation to convert it into an owner's triplex, along with a one-bedroom, and a studio, according to the brokerbabble. The house comes with a backyard that has a deck and a custom-designed patio.

Circa Central Park #8A—$5.496 Million

Units at Circa Central Park take up a lot of space on this list, and so it is that in third place, there's a three-bedroom, 2.5 bathroom apartment at the building that's asking $5.496 million. This one comes with an even bigger terrace that the previous on this list—a 1,054-square-foot private, outdoor space. Other standout features include radiant floor heating, an LG vented washer/dryer, and floor to ceiling windows.

29 Mount Morris Park West—$5 Million

Located within the Mount Morris Park Historic District, this multi-family townhouse that spans 4,000 square feet is being offered up for $5 million. Built in 1909, the townhouse has four bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms spread out over four floors, and is being currently marketed as two units. Some of the best features of the house include 12-foot tall original double doors that lead to the parlor, high ceilings, and double height windows.

17 West 120th Street #3—$4.999 Million

Also located within the Mount Morris Park Historic District, this 4,000-square-foot brownstone wants $4.999 million. The townhouse comprises of a one-bedroom unit, a two-bedroom, and a duplex, and a 50-foot backyard. Other highlights here include original mahogany and oak wood, climate controlled rooms, five fireplaces, and it's located just a short walk away from Marcus Garvey Park.

122 East 101st Street—$4.995 Million

This East Harlem single-family townhouse comes with three bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms, and is on the market asking $4.995 million. The house comes with walnut floors, a chef's kitchen fitted with statuary marble, and a 500-square-foot garden, among several other pricey features.

Circa Central Park West #5G—$4.995 Million

The penultimate of the Circa Central Park apartments on this list, this one features four bedrooms, and 3.5 bathrooms spread out over 2,113 square feet. That includes a 99-square foot outdoor space, and the apartment is asking $4.995 million, putting it in a tie with the single family townhouse in East Harlem. The outdoor space is divided between one balcony off of the living room, and one that can be accessed from the master bedroom.

Circa Central Park #3G—$4.52 Million

The final Circa Central Park listing is also a four-bedroom, 3.5 bathroom, and is on the market for $4.52 million. This one has an identical layout to the previous one except that this one is on the third floor whereas the other was on the fifth. Some of the standout features in the condo include custom Italian cabinetry in the kitchen, and a master bathroom with polished white marble tiles on the floor and walls.

123 West 119th Street—$4.35 Million

This six-story townhouse asking $4.35 million, is yet another multi-family building on this list. Currently the building is divided up into three units—a triplex with a backyard garden, a second floor apartment, and a penthouse duplex with multiple terraces. At least two of the units feature original fireplace mantles. The penthouse unit has 13-foot tall ceilings, an original fireplace, and three terraces that span over 1,000-square-feet in total.

107 West 120th Street—$4.295 Million

This townhouse, asking $4.295 million can accommodate up to six families, but the lower two units still have the existing tenants in place. Those units are both two-bedrooms, and there four, one-bedroom apartments spread out on the two-floors above that. Buyers have the option of buying out the existing tenant, and converting it into a single home, according to the brokerbabble.