Amy Schumer's bachelorette pad is anything but a trainwreck.
The star of "Trainwreck" and "Inside Amy Schumer " -- called comedy's "It" girl by Stephen Colbert -- has just put her apartment on the market for $2 million.
The Schumer pad is a charming full floor, one bedroom unit inside a turn of the century 20-foot-wide townhouse on the Upper West Side. As elegant as Trainwreck was not, Schumer's residence boasts two wood burning fireplaces, multiple skylights and high ceilings. The master suite includes a spa-like bathroom with a chic claw-foot soaking tub while another powder room has a washer/dryer.
For star power, the home boasts stairs that lead up to a private, landscaped roof top terrace, filled with a lush, mature garden, deck seating, a gas grill, bench storage and city views, according to the listing.
The townhouse is on West 80th Street, by the Museum of Natural History.
It is a far cry from how Schumer grew up, following her father's bankruptcy, her parents' divorce and her mother's downsizing.
Listing photos reveal tasteful, understated decor, separate living and dining areas and built in bookcases surrounding one of the fireplaces. The skylit chef's kitchen, while small, is decked out with top of the line appliances, like a Wolf Range.
Listing broker Nick Gavin, of Compass, declined to comment.