In the Sex and the City, everyone’s favorite fashionista single gal Carrie Bradshaw lived in a rent-controlled Greenwich Village apartment. In reality, the famous front stoop is actually a five-bedroom, 4,000 square-foot home in the West Village.

Located at 64 Perry Street, on one of the most coveted tree-lined blocks in the heart of the West Village landmark district, this spectacular, light-filled house sits on a deep lot with a large south-facing garden.

Rich in original details, such as herringbone wood floors with exquisite inlaid borders, 6 fireplaces with carved marble mantels and beautifully proportioned rooms with ornate crown and ceiling moldings.

Inhabited by only two families since construction in 1866, it was designed by architect Robert Mook, who also completed most of the other Italianate style townhouses on the block.

A grand entry hall greets visitors on the parlor level with a sweeping staircase and a wide arched doorway leading to double parlors at the front and rear of the house, with 12 foot ceilings.

Address: 64 Perry Street, New York NY 10014