Featured this month in Architectural Digest, Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick’s New York Townhouse off East 10th Street in New York is currently on the market. This is the second time the couple has listed their residence.

At only 25 feet wide, the building features a pristine brick façade that was built in 1846. Several updates have been made to the property such as the kitchen which features a bookmatched Calacatta Extra fireplace. The fireplace is a perfect contrast to dark espresso cabinets and countertops, bringing depth and lightness to the room.

Tying the open kitchen to the dinning area, the marble theme is carried throughout the entire space. A large, 6 person marble table overlooks the lush green courtyard with storefront windows providing and illusion of extended living space and a beautiful example of open plan living. Overall, this East 10th home has a clean, warm and earthy feel that is the perfect juxtaposition of historical and modern design aesthetics.

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