Five months after Joan Rivers' untimely death, her spectacular New York City Penthouse is on the market for a whopping $28 million. RadarOnline.com has a gallery of the luxurious Manhattan pad.
Rivers' death was a shock to her family, friends and fans. Now, just five months later, her spectacular Manhattan penthouse is on the market for a jaw-dropping $28 million.
This pre-war, 11-room condominium penthouse on 62nd Street is just off Fifth Avenue.
Rivers' apartment is 5,100 sq. ft. and has four bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms. It was built in 1903 and is a 42'-wide, seven-story limestone mansion.
"This is how Marie Antoinette would have lived if she had money," Rivers once said about the fabulous pad.
The comedienne's home centerpiece is a ballroom and adjoining music room with 23' ceilings, gilded antique boisserie paneling and columns and two fireplaces, according to the real estate listing.
The original owners of the home were Gilded Age millionaires, Alice and John S. Drexel.
The impressive home has a library with Central Park and skyline views.
Rivers' stately penthouse has two kitchens, five fireplaces and an elevator entrance into an exclusive landing.