Langston Hughes is one of the most prolific architects of the Harlem Renaissance. That time in literature and art gave the world a bird’s eye view into the profound emphasis and/or signature of African American writers and the African American experience.
Harlem was Hughes’ inspiration for his work, so there he stayed for many, many years until he succumbed. His home was on the market for up to $1.7 million, but now it has finally sold with an offer of $1 million.
Check out the pictures of the beautiful brownstone here.