Summer Like Sarah Jessica Parker: ‘Sex and the City’ Star Renting Out Her Hamptons Home for $95K

Hamptons rentals never come cheap, especially cute cottages with Hollywood pedigrees.

Exhibit A: the charming Amagansett, NY, beach house owned by Sarah Jessica Parker, star of the hit HBO comedy series “Sex and the City.”

Though petite, the three-bedroom, one-bath, 1,200-square-foot house commands a princely sum.

For $95,000, you can rent this pretty little property from Memorial Day to Labor Day—prime weeks on Long Island’s eastern end. Need a more budget-friendly option? You can also take the house for just the month of July for $45,000, or from August until Labor Day for $35,000.

And while the rate might seem confusingly steep, it indeed lines up with similar rentals in the area.

Built during the 1940s


Living room






Parker’s little retreat is colorful and cheery, with white walls set off by a bevy of pastels and bright shades. There are sky-blue kitchen counters, yellow and orange details in one of the bedrooms, and a pink sink in the bath.

Simple slipcovers adorn the chairs, and a brick fireplace anchors the living space—a welcome amenity when ocean breezes bring a chill.

The small home has a grassy yard that is generous and enclosed, offering privacy.

A large deck overlooks the lawn, and an outdoor shower is at the ready for cleaning up after sandy beach days. But perhaps most desirable of all, particularly for surfers, is the deeded pathway that comes with the property. It allows private access to one of the area’s most pristine strips of sand.





Beach path


Ocean access


Parker’s career has flourished since the end of the “Sex and the City” series, which spawned two feature films. She recently starred on Broadway with husband Matthew Broderick in the Neil Simon play “Plaza Suite.” And the “Sex and the City” sequel, HBO’s “And Just Like That…,” is back for a second season in June.

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