Looks Like Sarah Jessica Parker Is Combining Two West Village Townhouses

Posted On Wed, February 17, 2016 By

Posted On Wed, February 17, 2016 By In Celebrities, Recent Sales, West Village 

Carrie Bradshaw may not have been able to make her mind up about men, but Sarah Jessica Parker is more indecisive when it comes to real estate. The actress and hubby Matthew Broderick sold their Greenwich Village townhouse for $20 million back in March, which came after quite a few price cuts and almost three years on the market. And just a couple of weeks ago, they were seen checking out the Shephard, a new condo conversion in the ‘hood.

But it looks like SJP misses her townhouse, because broker-to-the-celebs Dolly Lenz shared an Instagram picture today, announcing that the couple is the buyer of two adjacent brick homes at 273 and 275 West 11th Street. Her caption implies that the power duo will combine the residences, which would result in a 50-foot-wide, 13,900-square-foot mega mansion, according to Curbed. The properties were last listed for $35 million total.

273-275 West 11th Street, sarah jessica parker, matthew broderick, dolly lenz

273-275 West 11th Street, sarah jessica parker, matthew broderick, dolly lenz

273-275 West 11th Street, sarah jessica parker, matthew broderick, dolly lenz
Photos via Eastern Consolidated

Since 1920, the buildings have housed the non-profit United Methodist Women, who used them as a guesthouse and conference center. Logistically speaking, the listing explains how the combo would work:

The Property consists of two interconnected townhouses… and is situated on one tax block and lot and is currently configured as a single, shared living space with multiple connections through the parting wall on each floor… The layout and zoning provide the option for an end-user or developer to keep the current configuration as a large, single-family home or create two separate townhomes.

Both homes have five floors, separate interior staircases, and basements; 275 has an elevator. Many original details remain, including fireplace mantels, columns with carved capitals, and decorative moldings. There’s also a 2,100-square-foot rear yard.

[Listing: 273 and 275 West 11th Street by Eastern Consolidated]

[Via Curbed]


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Neighborhoods : West Village

  • It will be a beautiful place once it is done.



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