Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick Re-List Greenwich Village Townhouse for $22 Million


A-list lovebirds Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick are apparently on the prowl again for a new home, having just re-listed their 19th Century townhouse in Greenwich Village for a cool $22 million. Located at 20 East 10th Street, the newly revamped residence is comprised of five distinct levels. The Garden Floor includes an eat-in kitchen with Boffi stainless steel appliances and rich walnut cabinetry, a bookend marble wall fireplace, and access to the south-facing, split level garden.

The Parlor Floor boasts a gray Barr flagstone entry, 12-foot ceilings, twin fireplaces, floor-to-ceiling, a Juliet balcony (from which one can also access the garden), and double-paned mahogany windows in the formal dining room that link to the living room via a molded framed entry. Among the Guest Floor’s features are three bedrooms, the largest of which has an elegant marble bath, sitting/office area, and Victorian fireplace. The two smaller suites also feature en suite baths. A sizable linen closet can also be found on this floor.

The Master Floor is dripping with opulence, accompanied by a generous private terrace, an imported stone fireplace, a windowed walk-in, and a master bath with a hand-carved ovular tub, separate sinks, a shower room, and a water closet. Illuminated by twin skylights, the Family Floor showcases 50-foot long bookcases, a separate built-in entertainment system, a small windowed office complete with a storage closet, and a mosaic half-bath.

The celebrity pad also comes with a five-zone HVAC system; state-of-the-art NEST thermostats; Lutron Maestro dimmers with LED displays; a water-based fire suppression system; an air cleaning and humidification system; seven functioning fireplaces, and lighting by Arnold Chan.



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