An abandoned Pennsylvania mansion that had been custom-built for Joan Rivers and her husband, Edgar Rosenberg, in the 1970s is back on the market for $2.3 million.
Initially built by longtime local developer Thomas Pileggi over the course of 10 years, the seven-bedroom, eight-bathroom home was designed with all the Hollywood-style amenities in mind — and with Rivers envisioning a slice of Beverly Hills in the suburban area of Warminster.
But tragically, before Rivers could move in, her husband died of suicide in 1987.
“I built it for her husband and her, but before it was completed, [Rosenberg] passed on,” Pileggi told the Philly Inquirer when it first hit the market.
Rivers’ daughter, Melissa Rivers, had been attending the University of Pennsylvania at the time.
The home was also set to have a film studio built due to its proximity to Philly, Atlantic City and New York, which made it an “ideal location” for productions.
Following a tumultuous battle with the county over the development, and her husband’s sudden passing, Rivers was obligated to leave behind the property and her dreams of the perfect home.
The home comes at a discounted price of about $2 million due to its uninhabited state, real estate agent Lu Roziner told The Post. But because the property sits on a massive 10 acres of land and is made up of over 12,500 square feet of living space, Roziner says it’s still a huge bargain.
According to the listing, “the estate is in need of renovations and the price reflects the condition of the property,” adding that “the property sold as-is.”
And while most of the furniture, antiques and art all appear to be untouched, one unique feature of the home stands out — the expansive indoor pool.
Meanwhile, the entire property is surrounded by mature trees, greenery and a private pond.
Indoor features include an expansive master suite which has his-and-her bathrooms, a sauna and a steam room.
Last month, Rivers’ longtime and extravagant New York City penthouse went on the market for a whopping $38 million.
The Brooklyn native, and late comedian, actress, fashionista and QVC extraordinaire died in 2014 at the age of 81.