After all, she is the unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.
Ellie Kemper, the Princeton-educated actress and comedian who starred on Netflix sitcom Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, has found a buyer for her swanky Manhattan apartment after just over a month on the market.
That’s according to a StreetEasy listing update for the three-bedroom Upper West Side co-op, which — ahead of its entry into the sales market — was aiming to list for $3.35 million. It ultimately sold for $3.5 million in late March.
The contract price is unknown, nor is the identity of the new owner, but the renovated residence maintained its asking price of $3.5 million during its short sale period. Compass listing agent Maria Manuche declined The Post’s request for comment.
Kemper, a Missouri native, and her husband, comedian and television writer Michael Koman, bought the pre-war home in early 2016 for $2.8 million, according to property transfer taxes filed with the city that year.
The unit also has three bathrooms – and the listing pictures show the couple elegantly dressed the unit. Pastel walls pair well with old-fashioned herringbone parquet floors, paneling, and crown molding.
Located off a semi-private elevator lobby, the apartment features adjoining living, dining and great rooms with three exposures overlooking the townhouse gardens. In addition, each room has 10 foot ceilings.
Elsewhere there is an eat-in kitchen with appliances, granite countertops and plenty of built-in storage. The bedrooms also have plenty of storage space – whilst other house benefits include new double glazed thermal windows, through wall air conditioning and a washer/dryer.