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A second Harlem brownstone owned by Maya Angelou sold for $2.3M.

A Harlem multifamily brownstone previously owned by the late poet and activist Maya Angelou has sold for $2.3 million, as the New York Post reported. The townhouse at 29 E. 129th St. was asking $2.65 million when listed by Warburg in February 2018.

The 3,500-square-foot, three-story home dates back to 1900. It includes three full-floor rental units and a private backyard garden. All appliances have been recently updated, according to the StreetEasy listing.

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Angelou died in 2014 at 86. She received a tribute from Hillary Clinton and Toni Morrison, among others, at the Riverside Church in Morningside Heights near her other former Harlem brownstone. That four-story, 20-foot wide townhouse at 58 W. 120th St. sold for $4,595,000 in July 2016, according to the Real Deal.

The poet also owned a cheery yellow house in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, that she decorated with birdcages throughout. The home sold for $500,000 in 2016.

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