(NEW YORK) — The times are indeed a-changin’ because Bob Dylan is selling his Harlem brownstone.
The singer lived inside the four-story home, located in the New York City neighborhood’s famed Striver’s Row, for 14 years from the 1980s until 2000. The asking price is $3.6 million.
The 3,952-square-foot home includes 19th-century crown molding, wainscoting and high ceilings.
Along with an updated kitchen, which features stainless steel appliances and a wine refrigerator, the home also boasts five bedrooms, three bathrooms and a library.
And in case the New York City air chills you at night, you can cozy up beside six fireplaces with their original mantels.
The home also has a juliette balcony and an elevated outdoor deck.
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