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'Sex And The City' Author Lists Her Incredible NYC Apartment

Carrie would approve.

The Greenwich Village home of Candace Bushnell, creator of the newspaper columns that inspired the popular "Sex and the City" series, may have found a buyer.

Bushnell listed the property at $2.6 million, and the real estate agency has labeled the home as in contract. Bushnell previously listed the pre-war apartment in 2012 for $2.8 million; it did not sell at that time.

The one-bedroom, one-and-a-half bath apartment is located at 45 East 9th Street, just a few blocks away from Washington Square Park. The building has a doorman, and the apartment has a wood-burning fireplace and tons of beautiful, natural light. There's also a great room with a built-in bookcase, spacious dining room and a washer and dryer.

But best of all, the new owner will be able to imagine living in Bushnell's shoes, writing about love, sex, friendship and more.

All photos sourced from a listing on StreetEasy.

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