Joan Rivers' $28 million Upper East Side penthouse sells after 140 days on the market

The late Joan Rivers’ 5,100-square-foot penthouse on Manhattan’s Upper East Side has found a buyer after only 140 days on the market, according to The New York post.

The triplex apartment, known as The Spencer Condominium, has four bedrooms and five bathrooms. The pre-war building even includes a private elevator that goes straight to the penthouse.

Rivers had relisted the apartment many times over the years, most recently in 2012.

Leighton Candler of Corcoran Group Real Estate handled the listing.

Meredith Galante contributed to an earlier version of this report.

Welcome to 1 E 62nd Street, a triplex penthouse on Manhattan's Upper East Side and one of the primary filming locations for Rivers' 2010 documentary, 'A Piece of Work.'

It's easy to see why Rivers called the décor 'Louis XIV meets Fred and Ginger.'

The 23-foot ceiling is hand-painted throughout the apartment. This room features a mural of the sky.

Many of the home's antiques have been hauled out of the space to be auctioned under the Christie's hammer.

An abundance of white and gold touches give the space a palatial feel.

The formal dining room is complete with ornate, 18th Century French panels.

Not all of the penthouse has that level of ornamentation, though. The living room is a bit more modern and cosy.

Next door to the living room is the office.

This bedroom has a country-style theme. The penthouse has four bedrooms altogether.

The master suite overlooks a lushly planted, south-facing terrace.

The views from which are incredible.

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