Th1s 1866 home isn't just famous for "Sex and the City" though. Built by architect Robert Mook, it also was the spot of a six-decade romance between documentary filmmaker Wheaton Galentine and architect Harold Eliot Leeds, according to a New York Times feature.
Carrie Bradshaw's front stoop features prominently in many scenes in "Sex & The City." On the show, she is depicted as living on the Upper East Side, but the building used for exteriors of her apartment is actually in the West Village. 66 Perry Street (Between Bleecker and West 4th)