Klemm Real Estate recently listed the Roxbury mini-estate of Candace Bushnell for $1.365 million.

Bushnell is the best-selling author of “Killing Monica,” “Sex and the City,” “Summer and the City,” “The Carrie Diaries,” “One Fifth Avenue,” “Lipstick Jungle,” “Trading Up” and “Four Blondes.”

“Sex and the City,” published in 1996, was the basis for the HBO hit series and two subsequent blockbuster movies.

“Lipstick Jungle” became a popular television series on NBC, as did “The Carrie Diaries” on the CW.

The discrete and private mini-estate is nestled in the center of a small area that has been home to a number of artists over the past 100 years, from Walter Matthau, Arthur Miller and Alexander Calder to Frank McCourt and many others.

“One of the jewels of Roxbury in a coveted location has been the home of two major people: Harrison Salisbury and Candace Bushnell,” said Carolyn Klemm, founder of Klemm Real Estate, which is representing the seller.

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

Klemm Real Estate has offices located in Washington Depot, Woodbury, Litchfield, Roxbury, Lakeville/Salisbury and Sharon.