Candace Bushnell's Roxbury Home Goes on the Market

The woman who wrote “Sex and the City” and created the beloved characters Carrie, Samantha, Charlotte and Miranda is selling her home in Litchfield County.

Klemm Real Estate has just listed Candace Bushnell’s mini-estate in Roxbury for $1.365 million.

The three-bedroom Victorian house built in 1890 is on three acres and includes a guest and pool house, outdoor shower, four garage bays, a barn and gardens.

“One of the jewels of Roxbury in a coveted location has been the home of two major people: Harrison Salisbury and Sex and the City author Candace Bushnell. A great opportunity for a buyer,” Carolyn Klemm, founder of Klemm Real Estate said in a statement.

Bushnell is also author of The Carrie Diaries, One Fifth Avenue, Lipstick Jungle, Trading Up and Four Blondes. 

“Classically charming country perfection, will take your breathe away, combining antique chic with current, recreation, flowers, trees, birds and bees,” said Maria Taylor, of Klemm Real Estate who is also representing the seller.

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