Parker and Broderick raised their three children in the home but eventually put it on the market in 2020, a few years after they’d begun construction on another property in the same neighborhood. After nearly a year on the market, they off-loaded their longtime townhouse for $15 million.
Not all of the couple’s properties are in the city. The pair next snapped up a cozy 1940s three-bedroom, one-bathroom vacation home in Amagansett, Long Island, for $6.6 million. The couple worked with Parker’s longtime friend Eric Hughes to design the perfect country-style cottage, including a blue-and-white primary bath that features statement butterfly artwork, blue glass bottles as decor, and cream-colored paneling. “When we designed the place, our goal was to create the property’s close proximity to the beach,” Parker said in 2022, when she partnered with Booking.com to offer a two-night getaway at the pad. “We wanted the property to truly feel like a home, so we furnished it with vintage pieces we had collected over the years and made the backyard a versatile place where we could enjoy summer sunsets, barbecues, and fun gatherings.” In 2023, the couple once again listed the beach house on the rental market, this time at a rate of $95,000 for an entire summer’s stay.
Parker and Broderick next expanded their real estate portfolio with the purchase of a Greek Revival–style townhouse in Greenwich Village, which they picked up for just shy of $19 million. The four-bedroom home was built in 1846 and measured 6,800 square feet, with many of the historic features, like original marble mantelpieces, crown molding, and hardwood floors, still intact. The couple invested much time and energy to upgrade the townhouse before putting it on the market for $24.99 million in 2012. Despite the addition of a modern kitchen with walnut cabinetry, a wall of built-in bookshelves on the top floor, and an ultramodern deep soaking tub in the primary suite, the home did not sell until 2015, for $18.25 million. This was the most expensive sale of that week for the area, according to city records.
Following the sale of their Greenwich Village property, Parker and Broderick turned their attention toward their next massive project. They purchased a pair of townhomes in the West Village for $34.5 million, with the intention of combining them into a mega mansion measuring 13,900 square feet (about one-third of a football field), with a 2,100-square-foot private garden for them to enjoy with their three children.