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A two-family townhouse in New York City owned by Nina Persson, lead singer of the famous Swedish rock band The Cardigans, known for “Love Fool,” and her husband Nathan Larson hit the market for $3.5 million. The Washington Post found out.
Located on 1989 Madison Avenue in East Harlem, Parson purchased a six-bedroom, four-bathroom home for $2 million in 2007, records show.
Known as Harlem House, the house is currently rented by one family.
Unit 1 contains a 2 bedroom duplex that can be converted to a 3 bedroom with 2 bathrooms. Also includes access to the basement with 3 storage units, washer/dryer and fitness area. list notes.
Unit 2 has a private slouch entrance and 3 bedrooms with high ceilings.
Occupying over 4,200 square feet, the home has an additional 700 square feet of outdoor space and has undergone a gut renovation in the last few years.
It is exactly what is described as a ‘Scandinavian farmhouse’ atmosphere. This house graced the cover of his Elle Decor in Sweden in 2014. The image shows a kitchen with white painted brick walls, herringbone floors and a tile backsplash. Elsewhere, there are unpainted, exposed brick walls and clawfoot bathtubs. The original staircase has been restored and there are two kitchens with marble countertops. In addition, the master bedroom has a terrace.
A group nostalgic to many millennials, the Cardigans were the notable 1996 hit “Love Fool”, featured on the soundtrack to the 1996 film Romeo + Juliet starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Claire Danes. ” is best known for The song was also featured in “Beverly Hills, 90210” and his 1999 film Cruel Intentions.
The song is featured in the commercial trailer for the new Pamela Anderson Netflix documentary that premiered Tuesday, and it still has that moment.
Cardigans have sold over 15 million albums worldwide.
Gino Filippone of Corcoran and Spencer Means of Compass maintain the list.