The property where they filmed the show sold in 2013 for $13,250,000, according to New York real estate broker James McGrath of Yoreevo. "The market has been soft lately, but the property should be up since then," McGrath says. "The townhouse market across NYC has been weak — very few transactions have been happening — but the West Village is one of the strongest neighborhoods in the city."
Nowadays, the real 64 Perry St. property has three floors and a long list of amenities in its 4,104-square-foot space. The entry hall leads to the parlor floor, which has a large living room with a fireplace, a formal dining room and a butler’s pantry that leads below to the kitchen on the garden floor. The master bedroom has walk-in closets and an attached study. The house has two more bedroom suites, a fourth bedroom that's a bit smaller, another bathroom and a penthouse with a terrace — a perfect place for Carrie and Big to grow old together.