Wednesday, February 01, 2023

Buy Me, Buy Me. Say That You'll Buy Me.

Love the looks of this "Scandinavian farmhouse"-inspired townhouse in Upper Manhattan on the market for $3.5 million, owned by Cardigans singer Nina Persson and her husband.  
Located in East Harlem, at 1989 Madison Ave., Persson purchased the six-bedroom, four-bathroom home in 2007 for $2 million, records show. Known as The Harlem House, it’s currently rented by one family. 

Unit 1 includes a two-bedroom duplex that can be transformed into a three-bedroom, with two bathrooms. It also includes access to the basement with three storage units, a washer/dryer and a fitness area.

Unit 2 includes a private stoop entrance and features three bedrooms with high ceilings.

Occupying more than 4,200 square feet, with an additional 700 square feet of outdoor space, the home has seen a gut renovation in the past few years.
Still trying to figure out how a one-hit wonder affords a spread like this, but please DM my hitless ass if you wanna go halfsies!  

More photos HERE

UPDATE: I've been corrected. The Cardigans may be a U.S. one-hit wonder, but I'm told they've sold 15 million albums worldwide -- back when that meant something.


Blobby said...

The Cardigans last two (maybe three) disks were just fucking wonderful. "Lovefool" was trite, for sure, but they are so much more than that. Their last recorded disk was released in 2006. It had a brief US release in 2007. I had to get an import copy, as it was unsure if the US would ever distribute it.

Anonymous said...

I say it’s a go. 👍👍👍