A Minimalist-Style Harlem Townhouse with a Total Spa Feel Wants $6M

A corner Harlem townhouse has come to the market that’s fresh, bright, and dripping in potential for wellness. Although sitting below the current record holder in the area that belonged to Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka, the design-forward property is asking a steep $5.995 million.

Channeling a minimalist edge, the 4,700-square-foot home embraces the “less is more” mentality while still featuring ample warmth. Stepping onto the main floor, one of six, you are instantly greeted by a statement-making staircase, herringbone floors, and bright windows. Keeping an open floor plan for entertaining, everywhere from the kitchen with Subzero appliances and Bertazzoni quartz countertops to the dining room and cozy living room are drenched in light.

One of the six bedrooms can easily be converted to a den or home gym, but one room you’ll want to keep is the full-floor primary suite. It boasts an expansive walk-in closet, sleek bathroom, and creamy-toned bedroom, but also a private terrace and office. That’s not the only outdoor space though, as an outdoor roof deck sits up top.

Funny enough, the lowest portion of the house is where you’re most likely to get your wellness high. Embodying the feel of a luxury spa at a hotel, it holds a full sauna, a tile-clad steam shower, and an indoor lap pool and jacuzzi.

Close to the vibrant food and music spots of Harlem, the Harkov Lewis Team of Brown Harris Stevens holds the listing.