Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick Sell Greenwich Village Townhouse at $750K Loss
Built in 1845, the Greek Revival-style residence closed sale for "just" $18.25 million.
After languishing on the market for nearly three years, Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick's West Village townhouse has finally found a buyer.
Built in 1845, the four-story Greek Revival features six bedrooms, seven wood-burning fireplaces, and a split-level landscaped garden. According to Zillow, the E. 10th St. townhouse recently closed sale for $18.25 million.
While hardly peanuts, that figure is a good bit lower than the $18.995 million that Parker and Broderick, who never actually lived in the property, shelled out for the 6,800-square-foot home in 2011, and a great deal less than the $25 million that they listed it for just a year later. Factoring in renovation expenses, property taxes and carrying costs, it's safe to say the celebrity couple's bank account took a several-million-dollar hit on the transaction.
There's no need to feel too badly for them, as Parker's upcoming HBO comedy Divorce, set to film in NYC later this year, will no doubt help refill the coffers nicely.