A townhouse that once belonged to Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick just sold for $15.85 million — down from its most recent asking price of $18.25 million.

The townhouse is at 20 E. 10th St. That’s a block east of Fifth Avenue, by Blackrock CEO Larry Fink’s mansion, and nearby Facebook co-founder Sean Parker’s mega-mansion, built out of three homes on the other side of Fifth Avenue — at numbers 26, 38 and 40 West 10th. (Parker bought the townhouses separately for $58.5 million over five years and then spent “tens of millions more in renovations,” a source said. )

The sellers of 20 E. 10th St. were Michael Nierenberg, of New Residential Investment Corp., and his wife Elin.

The buyers, according to public records, are Scott Sullivan and Anna Marrs, who reportedly created a garden filled with giant ferns in their North London home, according to the Guardian.

The 25-foot-wide West Village townhouse, built in 1864, features two terraces and a garden.

Other details include a chef’s kitchen and a marble clad fireplace overlooking the bi-level private garden.

There’s an entry foyer, a grand staircase, a formal dining room with original pocket doors and a fireplace and chandelier, and floor-to-ceiling French doors opening to to views of 10th Street., along with a main suite with a private terrace.

The sale came with plans by architect Steven Harris to add a penthouse level with a roof terrace, elevator and full or partial basement for an “amenity” floor with a wine room, gym, spa treatment rooms, theater and pool “if one desired,” the listing noted. The broker is Matthew Coleman of Coleman Real Estate.

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