Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick
The 'Sexy and the City' star and the 'Tower Heist' actor have never actually lived in their Manhattan property, which they bought for just under $19 million in March 2011, after deciding against moving in following their purchase due to a lack of privacy at the home.

Despite never moving into the Greenwich Village pad, which features six bedrooms, including a master suite that takes up the whole of the fourth floor, the couple stand to make a decent profit if their $25 million asking price is met, according to the New York Observer newspaper.

While Sarah and Matthew - who have son James Wilkie, nine, and three-year-old twins Tabitha and Marion - don't appreciate the property's supposed lack of privacy, the abode, which is just off Fifth Avenue, is said to have a top of the range security system.

What's more, the abode features a fifth-floor loft space with the potential to sleep the whole cast of 'Sex and the City', and cold winter months will be a thing of the past thanks to the home's seven fireplaces and hardwood floors.

Potential buyers who are fans of the outdoors will be pleased to hear the townhouse has a tiered garden off the first floor, and there is also a double parlour and 12-foot ceilings throughout the house.