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Amy Schumer Heads to Brooklyn for $11 Million Townhouse That Has a Hollywood Movie History

Amy Schumer still hasn’t sold her $15 million Manhattan penthouse in the sky, but she’s reportedly the proud owner of an $11 million townhouse, per Dirt. Just as she promised the Wall Street Journal, she’s headed to Brooklyn. “If you leave this borough, what borough do people usually move to? It’s not rocket science,” she explained. In her new borough, the comedian will enjoy a 5,568-square-foot residence with up to five bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms on a property that not only is historic, but it also has a Hollywood story.

The townhome was built in 1829, but in 1987, the Oscar-winning movie, Moonstruck, with Cher was filmed here. It probably wasn’t the entertainment-industry connection that drew Schumer and husband Chris Fischer to this place, it was likely the family-friendly community that was the big attraction. The house has four stories, plus a finished basement, and plenty of fireplaces to add to the property’s ambiance and charm. Even with these lovely touches, the Brooklyn residence also has A-list amenities in a city where space is at a premium.

The couple will be able to keep a car on site because they have a gated parking spot. The primary suite has its own floor with a dressing room, two offices, and a stunning bathroom with a really unique shower. With a gym, laundry room, and library adding to the appeal of the completely renovated home, we don’t blame Schumer for looking for a more suburban life in the Big Apple. Don’t miss the cute kitchen — and be sure to see more photos of the property at Dirt.

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