Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick finally sell their Greenwich Village townhouse for $20 million

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After being on the market for several years, Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick finally sold their Greenwich Village townhouse for $US20 million, according to The Real Deal.

The historic house was originally put on the market in 2012 for $US25 million, but they later de-listed it, and put it back up for sale in September 2014 for $US22 million. The celebrity couple bought the place in 2011 for $US19 million.

The 6,800-square-foot townhouse, which is located on East 10th Street, has five bedrooms, seven fireplaces, a landscaped garden, and a hand-carved stone tub.

Alyson Penn contributed to this story.

Welcome to Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick's 25-foot-wide Greenwich Village townhouse.

The bottom floor, or 'Garden Floor' includes the stainless steel and walnut eat-in kitchen.

The dining room contains direct access to the split-level garden.

Upstairs, the 'Parlor Floor' has 12-foot ceilings, twin fireplaces, and a Juliet balcony.

Here's another view of it.

An adjacent sitting area that faces the garden.

The dining room is eclectic, with mahogany-paneled windows.

The townhouse has five bedrooms. The 'Guest Floor' features three of them. Here is a child's bedroom with a striped teepee in the corner.

And the kids' bathroom.

Another airy bedroom.

The townhouse has a full-floor master suite with a terrace and two walk-in closets.

While the master bathroom features a hand-carved stone tub.

All the way upstairs, the 'Family Floor' has two skylights, wall-length bookcases, and a white ping pong table.

But the biggest selling point? Of course the enormous closet of fashion legend SJP.

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