Live across from Jonah Hill’s former NYC home for $9.75M

A classic Noho residence across the hall from “Wolf of Wall Street” and “Superbad” actor Jonah Hill’s former home is on the market for $9.75 million.

The three-bedroom, 3½-bath spread is at 36 Bleecker St.

Known as the Schumacher, the boutique condo was converted from an 1885 printing factory. Residents include James Rothschild and Nicky Hilton Rothschild, who were once profiled in their penthouse for Architectural Digest.

Other residents include art collector Alberto Mugrabi, who paid $18.58 million for two ground-floor triplexes totaling 8,719 square feet in 2015.

Hill, meanwhile, sold his 3,280-square-foot unit for $10.5 million earlier this year after buying it for $9.1 million in 2015.

The listed 2,408-square-foot, fifth-floor unit comes with design details that mirror Hill’s former apartment, such as exposed brick and 21-foot-high barrel vaulted ceilings — the highest in the building — arched windows and wide-plank white oak floors.

Interior of a bedroom inside 36 Bleecker.
One of three bedrooms inside the fifth-floor Schumacher digs.
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Interior of the home's kitchen.
There’s an open chef’s kitchen inside the home.
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Interior of a dining area inside the apartment.
A dining area inside the apartment.
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Interior of one of the home's bathrooms.
One of the home’s windowed bathrooms.
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Interior of a living room inside the home.
The downtown domicile offers a generous 3,280 square feet of space.
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Interior of Jonah Hill's former home.
Jonah Hill’s former home in the neighboring unit has a similar open living and dining area.

Interior of a bedroom inside Jonah HIll's onetime apartment.
A bedroom inside Jonah HIll’s onetime apartment.

Hill’s former home likewise has vaulted ceilings and wide-plank white oak floors.

The open living and dining room is just over 23 feet and boasts eight vaulted casement windows. There’s also an open chef’s kitchen. Like Hill’s unit, this one is also listed by broker Nick Gavin of Compass.

The seller bought the unit for $7.38 million in 2016.

Building amenities include a garden and roof terrace by landscape architect Ken Smith, who also designed the Museum of Modern Art’s rooftop garden.

The building also boasts a gym, a children’s lounge and bike storage.

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