"Gossip Girl" and "Blair Waldorf" fans can now claim the 'Queen Bee's' address for $30 million.

The Upper East Side penthouse in New York City, which has been touted as Waldorf's home in the show, has reportedly hit the market.

The residence at 1136, Fifth Avenue has been used in the series to denote the Waldorf's Penthouse. However, the interiors of the house in the show were filmed elsewhere. The Fifth Avenue building did make an appearance on the establishing shots of the series though, reports Curbed.

Its most notable appearance was in the first season, episode "Victor, Victrola", where Nate Archibald gets into a fist-fight with his father in front of the building.

According to The Real Deal, Stephen Cooper, the chief executive of Warner Music Group is the original owner of the house and the listing of the residence lies with Anne Young of Brown Harris Stevens Group. Located in the Carnegie Hill cooperative, the penthouse is a duplex residence comprising of four bedrooms and five full and one half bathroom.

As per the floor plan, an elevator opens into the entry foyer. To the left of the foyer is a grand living area, a sitting room and the master bedroom - each with its own dressing room. To the right of the foyer, there is a dining room, a study and an eat-in modern kitchen. There is a laundry too. The floor has an open pergola and wrap around terrace. The lower level has three other bedrooms, a media room and a gym.

The listing describes it as an "iconic and impeccable Fifth Avenue penthouse" that "boasts extraordinary views of the Central Park reservoir and West Side skyline in addition to spectacular open city views to the south and east. A sizable and gracious wrap terrace surrounds the entertaining floor of this important duplex."

Check out some photos of the house here.

Meanwhile, you can take a look at all the "Gossip Girl" sets that include Serena and Dan's homes, Chuck Bass's hotel suite and Lilly's wedding too at Loren Weeks' website.