Sarah Jessica Parker goes through homes like Carrie Bradshaw goes through shoes.
It was only in March 2011 -- after years of searching -- that SJP and hubby Matthew Broderick bought a townhouse in Manhattan's Greenwich Village for $19 million. But now, just 18 months later, the couple has thrown it back on the market for $24.995 million.
The couple never even moved into the place, but they refurbished it. According to the Daily News, the couple decided to sell because of a lack of privacy.
The five-bedroom Greek Revival-style townhouse described as "truly special" is located in a prime spot in the Village, according to the listing. The bottom floor -- or "garden floor" -- has access to an outdoor garden, as well as a designer Boffi kitchen and breakfast nook.
Going up a floor, the main entrance features 12-foot ceilings and a "double parlor." The fourth floor is entirely devoted to the master suite, consisting of a "spectacular" bathroom, multiple walk-in closets and a large terrace.
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