Louis C.K. has taken a hit on the sale of his historic Soho townhouse.
The controversial Grammy-award winning comedian, who admitted to sexual misconduct in 2017 and recently sold out Madison Square Garden, bought the five-bedroom property for $6.5 million in 2012.
But, according to property records filed this month, the comedian — otherwise known as Louis Székely — sold the 35 Charlton St. spread for $5.8 million.
The dwelling most recently asked $6.5 million — Louis C.K.’s purchase price. It listed last September for $8.49 million before lowering the asking price to $7.5 million a month later. The price then fell to $6.5 million in December, according to StreetEasy.
This sale comes roughly six months after Louis C.K. bought an eighth-floor unit at One Fifth Ave. for $3.85 million, as Gimme Shelter also reported.
In Soho, this 19th-century townhouse comes with 13 rooms — and is currently configured as a five-bedroom with three full bathrooms and a powder room.
The three-story residence also has a second-story terrace and a yard. It’s part of the longest row of Federal and early Greek Revival homes developed by John Jacob Astor, according to the listing — from Compass brokers Carl Gambino and Justin Montero.
Kiran Mummidichetty and Morgan McCarthy, also of Compass, repped the buyer, who’s listed as an anonymous LLC on the deed.
Ex-Brit turned Manhattan resident since 2008.