Published On: Wed, Dec 3rd, 2014

Sarah Jessica Parker, Mathew Broderick, Cut Vilage Home Asking Price by $2 Million

20 East 10th

The movie star power couple Sarah Jessica Parker and Mathew Broderick has been forced to cut the price on their Greenwich Village house yet again, this time by $2 million according to a report in the New York Daily News. The two now hope to get $20 million for it after having asked as much as $35 million in 2012.

Broderick and Parker bought the house in 2011 for $19 million. Reportedly, the two never actually lived in it; even though, they had the house renovated.

Built in 1846 and located at 20 East 10th street in Manhattan, the five floor plus basement red bricked home has a total of 6, 800 square feet of space, seven fireplaces, five bedrooms and a landscaped garden. Its master bedroom suite, which takes up a full floor, has a 25′ x 12′ private terrace and his and her walk in closets and its bathroom has a hand carved stone tub that sits in the middle of it. The house is 25 feet wide.

The Parlor Floor has a gray Barr flagstone entry, 12 foot ceilings, twin fireplaces, dentil molding, original mantle, and a Juliet balcony (from which one can access the beautifully landscaped Garden). There are floor-to-ceiling double-paned mahogany windows in the formal dining room, which is connected to the living room by a molded framed entry.

The Guest Floor features three bedrooms, The Master Floor is has a terrace, an imported stone fireplace, a hand-carved stone ovular tub, antique tiles, separate sinks, shower room, water closet, and windowed walk-in. The master bath also has its own fireplace.

The top floor is one long open area with a sky roof. It currently has a ping pong table and plenty of book cases. All of the floors are hardwood.

The listing on Zillow boasts that it is, “located in quintessential Greenwich Village between Fifth & University [it] is the architectural and historical embodiment of pristine New York luxury living. The Garden Floor is outfitted with a Boffi stainless steel and rich walnut eat-in kitchen, bookend marble wall fireplace, Boffi shelving and storage units, with off-kitchen access to the south-facing, split level Garden.

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