Depending upon your age, you may know actor Donald Faison best for his role as Murray on “Clueless” or as Dr. Chris Turk on “Scrubs.” But long before he became a household face, Faison grew up right here in Harlem, with his parents active in the National Black Theatre in Harlem. In 2010, he returned to his roots and bought a historic townhouse at 206 West 137th Street for $1.4 million, but The Real Deal reports that he’s now sold the six-bedroom home, last listed for $2.5 million.
The four-story brownstone takes up 4,200 square feet thanks in part to a rear addition. The listing also states that it comes with 6,189 square feet of air rights, but with beautiful historic details like this, who would want to change the home? There’s decorated hardwood floors, original pocket doors and stately mantles, gorgeous carved moldings and railings, and stunning columns.
Faison also recently sold off his Hollywood Hills home for $1.8 million. He and wife Cacee Cobb just had their second child, so perhaps his growing family is the reason for the real estate shuffle.
[Listing: 206 West 137th Street by Jeffrey Berger of Isen & Company]
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Photos via Isen & Company
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