Amy Schumer scopes out $15M mansion on UWS

She's trying to sell her co-op in the neighborhood

TRD New York /
Oct.October 06, 2016 08:30 AM

The girl with the lower back tattoo is scoping out a $15 million mansion on the Upper West Side.

Amy Schumer recently toured 352 Riverside Drive, a nine-bedroom home that overlooks the Hudson River and has eight fireplaces, the New York Post reported. The Beaux Arts mansion was built in 1900 and originally owned by Adolphe Openhym, a wealthy silk merchant. Schumer would only be the fifth owner if she buys the place.

The comedian is currently trying to sell her one-bedroom penthouse at 129 West 80th Street for $1.6 million — down from her earlier ask of $1.8 million. She bought the co-op in 2014 for $1.7 million.

Paula Del Nunzio and Shirley Mueller of Brown Harris Stevens TRData LogoTINY are handling the listing for the Riverside Drive property.

In her new memoir, “The Girl with the Lower Back Tattoo,” the “Train Wreck” star discusses her newfound fame and her status as “New Money.”

“I try to remember where I came from,” she writes. “I remember when I went to a Penny Arcade coin counting machine at TD Bank so I could take my boyfriend out to dinner at TGI Fridays for his birthday.” [NYP]Kathryn Brenzel

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