WOLFIE’S PAD: The Wolf of Wall Street Penthouse, Just $6.5M. That’s it.

Humility. Moderation. Control.

These are characteristics you’ll find in some leading characters.  And they’re lovely people.

But you won’t find any of those in The Wolf of Wall Street’s Jordan Belfort.

What you will find? His appreciation for the finer things, like hired companions and this spectacular Manhattan penthouse.

Call your broker for this handsome condo at The Milan (300 E. 55th St.), where Martin Scorsese filmed this Wall Street masterpiece.  It’ll only set you back $6.2 million.

To be clear: Jordan Belfort and his butler have cleared the property and Scorsese only used the space for three days. (Yes, it’s been cleaned.) This cost Martin $575,000. (Apparently, it’s extra for dangling people off the terrace.)   We assume you noticed the amenities between the . . . recreational scenes, but here is a quick refresher.

 Wolf of Wall Street Apartment Living Room   

You’ll want to hit 32 in the elevator because that’s what floor this Upper East Side Condo is on, an ideal height for views of the East river. Or Naomi.

Wolf of Wall Street Penthouse Bedroom

Floor to ceiling windows. Two fireplaces. One massive terrace.  Yeah, this pad, with shiny oak floors, was built for entertaining friends or upstanding business associates.

Wolf of Wall Street Apartment Terrace

Relax in the steam shower and slide into the soaking tub.  You’ll have plenty of options for unwinding after your house parties.  And it’s safer than taking ludes.

Wolf of Wall Street Penthouse Bathroom

But if you’re not into the Banker type then you might be happy to know that Gossip Girl filmed a few scenes in this building.

Ah, Chuck Bass, the definition of humility.