The Sex and the City star and husband Matthew Broderick have put their Greenwich Village brownstone on the market for a whopping $25 million. But that doesn’t mean the superstar couple will be leaving the cobblestone streets of the picturesque Manhattan neighborhood anytime soon.
Though they’re longtime owners of a home on quiet, quaint Charles Street, Parker and Broderick plunked down $18.9 million for the five-story, 25-foot-wide townhouse — located at 20 East 10th Street — in March 2011, according to the New York Observer.
But the pair reportedly never packed up to switch digs.
The longtime couple and their three children, James Wilkie, almost 10, and 3-year-old twins Marion and Tabitha, stayed put in their Charles Street home.
After remaining in their first Village abode, the couple is hoping to turn a profit on their other pricy pad just off Fifth Avenue by selling it for $24.5 million through Sotheby’s.
But the hefty price-tag buys an awe-inspiring brownstone. Though they never moved in, Parker and Broderick invested in some extensive upgrades to the building.
The six-bedroom, five-bath home sprawls over 6,800 square feet in the coveted downtown NYC neighborhood. The sun-drenched townhouse boasts a full-floor master suite, a fifth-floor loft space, seven fireplaces, a state-of-the-art security system and a greenery-adorned deck and backyard, according to the 2009 listing. A buyer also may be lured in by the double parlor, 12-foot ceilings, hardwood floors and a library. And by the fact that Parker and Broderick almost lived there.
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