The New York townhouse that Carrie Bradshaw called home in Sex and the City is on the market for $9.65 million (£6.07 million)
The five-bedroom, four-storey property was built in 1866 but found fame later in life when it was used for external shots during the first three series of the hit TV show. However, fans may be surprised to learn that the house is located in Manhattan's West Village, not the Upper East Side as the show portrayed.
Only two families have ever lived in the brownstone property, which offers 4,100sq ft of space and plenty of original features including six grand fireplaces, wooden floors, an impressive staircase and a south facing garden.
The property's charms do come at a price though. The house is one of the stops on Sex and the City tours and is regularly besieged by snap-happy tourists and fans.
If you can handle the attention then you can find out more from the agent, Sotheby's.
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