Here’s a Harlem townhouse that’s been in the news before. Its former owner, Hugh Crean, is a professional preservationist and a MET curator that painstakingly restored the house “to Victorian specifications,” according to Curbed. While under his ownership, it was elaborately designed and decorated, and eventually hit the market in 2009 for $1.595 million. It sold the next year for $1.55 million and now is back on the market again. Of course, in today’s market, you should expect the price to have skyrocketed — it’s now asking $2.795 million. The current owners don’t have it decked out like it used to be, but the house still retains its impressive interior details.