Joan Rivers’ lavish Upper East Side penthouse is up for sale for a cool $28 million.
The Corcoran Group announced the listing Monday for the pad at 1 E. 62nd St., where the 81-year-old entertainer lived until her passing in September.

“The Rivers residence is a rarity. Designed for grand scale entertaining and a lifestyle of tasteful exuberance, it is a home that is simultaneously intimate and expansive,” Corcoran said in a statement.

The real estate group, the Corcoran Group announced the listing Monday for the pad at 1 East 62nd St., where the 81-year-old entertainer lived until her passing in September.

“The Rivers residence is a rarity. Designed for grand scale entertaining and a lifestyle of tasteful exuberance, it is a home that is simultaneously intimate and expansive,” Corcoran said in a statement.

The listing comes with some serious amenities.

The three floor penthouse has 11 and  can fit 125 people. It includes a ballroom and music room that feature 23-foot ceilings and views of Central Park.

“These two incredible, Louis XIV-inspired rooms feature soaring 23’ ceilings, crystal chandeliers, gilded antique boiserie paneling and columns, double-height windows and two fireplaces,” the real estate group said.

Potential homeowners can also take in the view from two, 430-square-foot terraces.

Rivers died on September 4, about a week after she suffered complications from a throat procedure at a Yorkville clinic.

The 112-year-old building used to be a mansion before it was converted  into condos in the 1930s.

Rivers paid for the space to be restored to its original look, according to Corcoran. ?