Comedian Amy Schumer, who used Instagram this week to document her trek to temple to celebrate the Jewish New Year on the Upper West Side, is house-hunting in the ‘hood, too.
The funny lady recently showed up to tour a $14.99 million Beaux Arts mansion at 352 Riverside Dr. in her running clothes.
The nine-bedroom, six full-bathroom and three half-bath home overlooking the Hudson River is 26 feet wide with eight woodburning fireplaces.
Built in 1900, the manse was originally owned by silk merchant Adolphe Openhym — and it has only had three other owners since.
Many original details remain, including a Tiffany skylight, a mahogany and oak staircase, an original dumbwaiter, beamed ceilings and staff call buttons. It’s located between 107th and 108th streets.
There’s one catch: Schumer is still trying to sell her current place, a full-floor, one-bedroom penthouse on the neighborhood.
The charming co-op at 129 W. 80th St. comes with a private roof deck, two woodburning fireplaces, a clawfoot tub and built-in bookcases. It’s now asking $1.62 million, down from its most recent $1.79 million ask — and less than the $1.69 million she paid in 2014.
The mansion on Riverside Drive would be an upgrade, give that it also has formal and informal dining rooms, a master corner bedroom, main and serving kitchens and a rear service stairway — as well as a roof terrace and a garden with a center fountain, “giving a Parisian atmosphere,” the listing notes.
“Amy loves the Upper West Side — especially the privacy it offers,” her spokeswoman says.
The listing brokers for 352 Riverside Dr. are Brown Harris Stevens’ Paula Del Nunzio and Shirley Mueller.