It was one of Manhattan's hottest-listed properties and now the famous townhouse has an owner.
64 Perry Street, which shall forever more be known as Carrie Bradshaw's home in Sex And The City, has sold for $9.85million in less than one month of being listed. It was $20,000 more than the asking price.
But it seems that its new owner hopes to maintain anonymity while living in the brownstone house as city records state that the property now belongs to MMKK Perry Street Realty LLC rather than listing a name.
In case it offers any further type of clue, the property was transferred from the ownership of 64 Perry LLC according to Observer.com.
Audiences had watched Carrie, the column-writing, power-man-dating fashion authority stride down the home's stoop in impossibly high heels, toting designer bags and flicking her blonde tresses in the New York sunshine.
Its brownstone steps are said to be the setting of Carrie's date kisses in the first three seasons of the hit show, according to DNA.
The four-storey townhouse has ten rooms and six fireplaces - and clocks in at an impressive 4,100-square-foot.
Sotheby's had described the 19C landmark as 'waiting to be restored to its original grandeur' - real estate speak, we imagine, for property that is in need of renovation.
The period home is located near the intersection with Bleecker Street in Manhattan's well-heeled West Village neighbourhood.
Its obvious star quality has attracted other famous figures in the past.