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.
Accented by Boffi stainless steel and walnut cabinetry, the eat-in kitchen is located on the garden floor.
This whimsical children's room holds court on the guest floor. Parker and Broderick have three children.
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.
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