Actor Tony Shalhoub cuts the price of his NYC co-op

Tony Shalhoub, the stage and screen actor who stars as the title character’s father on “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” has dropped the price of his Upper West Side digs from $4.49 million in April to $4.35 million.

Shalhoub bought the “classic five” layout — in a prewar Emery Roth-designed building at 15 W. 81st St. — With his wife, actor / artist Brooke Adams, for $3.99 million in 2016, according to property records.

The 12th-floor co-op is a roomy 1,850 square feet and comes with two bedrooms, 2½ baths and lots of light, all near the Museum of Natural History and Central Park.

Shalhoub and Adams restored original details, including crown and base moldings — and Roth-designed doorknobs, ceramic wall tiles, mosaic floors in the bathrooms and herringbone-patterned oak floors.

Living grand like tony Shalhoub now comes for less of a price.
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The unit is located inside an Emery Roth-designed building.
The unit is located inside an Emery Roth-designed building.
Anastassios Mentis / Brown Harris Stevens
French doors lead to a terrace.
French doors lead to a terrace.
Anastassios Mentis / Brown Harris Stevens
A chic dining area.
A chic dining area.
Anastassios Mentis / Brown Harris Stevens
One of two bedrooms.
One of two bedrooms.
Anastassios Mentis / Brown Harris Stevens
the kitchen.
the kitchen.
Anastassios Mentis / Brown Harris Stevens

The home opens to a gallery that leads to a large living room, with French doors that open to a landscaped, irrigated 60-foot terrace, with original iron railings.

The residence also features lots of storage space and a windowed kitchen, plus a butler’s pantry with restored St. Charles stainless steel and glass cabinetry that Roth chose himself.

A washer/dryer is also located in the pantry. Building amenities include a gym, a bike room and a children’s playroom.

The listing broker is James Foreman, of Brown Harris Stevens.

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