We already knew that the Sex and the City house had sold, but we did not know for how much or to whom. One of those questions can be definitely answered now, the other may remain a mystery, at least until we work up the gumption to ring the doorbell.
The home at 64 Perry Street, listed for $9.65 million in early March with Sotheby’s brokers Joshua Wesoky and Steve Dawson, has sold for $9.85 million, according to city records.
After less than a month on the market, a potential buyer has already stepped forward to claim 64 Perry Street, the West Village townhouse that played a leading role in the first three seasons of Sex and the City.
Maybe the new buyer is of the broken-hearted bidders who lost the historic 5-bedroom, 3-bath home when it sold for $9 million in Nov. 2011—6 percent more than the list price—after only 27 days on the market?