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Home for rockers hits rental market.

For renters who like their music loud -- but run into trouble with persnickety neighbors -- drummer Graham Hawthorne, who's played with Aretha Franklin, Paul Simon and Harry Belafonte, among others, is renting out the top floor of his Harlem, may have the solution. The 900-square-foot, two-bedroom loft has soundproof doors, allowing tenants to blast their tunes to their hearts content, according to Rented Spaces. And the space comes cheap too -- the West 127th Street home, which includes a dishwasher, a washer/dryer unit and two fireplaces, has an asking rent of $1,800 a month. It was not immediately clear what the townhouse's exact address is.
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Publication:The Real Deal
Date:Apr 8, 2010
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