Sarah Jessica Parker lost a bundle on the sale of her Greenwich Village townhouse

Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick lost almost $US750,000 on the sale of their single-family townhouse in New York’s Greenwich Village. And that’s before you factor in renovation costs.

According to Curbed, the couple bought the property in 2011 for almost $US19 million, renovated it, and put it back on the market a year later for $US25 million. The price was chopped twice before going under contract in March for $US18.25 million. Fredrik Eklund of Douglas Elliman handled the listing.

Here’s a look at the pristine interiors of the Parker-Broderick house, which Architectural Digest recently claimed the famous pair never even lived in.

Built in 1846, the 6,800-square-foot townhouse has five floors with six bedrooms.

Accented by Boffi stainless steel and walnut cabinetry, the eat-in kitchen is located on the garden floor.

You can access the split-level garden off the kitchen after enjoying a hearty breakfast.

Floor-to-ceiling French doors and Juliet-style balconies punctuate the parlor floor dining room.

The casual, sunplashed living room has twin fireplaces and gleaming wood floors.

This whimsical children's room holds court on the guest floor. Parker and Broderick have three children.

Each room includes its own en suite bath, to make those morning family routines more manageable.

The largest bedroom has its own Victorian-style fireplace and sitting/office area.

The luxurious master floor has a private terrace, imported stone fireplace, and master bath with a hand-carved stone tub and fireplace. Relaxation is only a faucet-turn away.

We're not sure if Parker actually lived here, but some portion of her massive wardrobe certainly did.

The top floor family space has a ping-pong table and 50-foot long bookcase. Natural sunlight shines down from two oversize skylights.

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