A Peek Inside a $90M Mansion

An opulent seven story mansion on the Upper East Side is selling for $90 million. The incredibly sized (and priced) 35-foot wide French Gothic townhouse was built in the early 1900s by Frank Woolworth for one of his three daughters. And if you're thinking that $90 million will break the bank then rest assured--the mega estate is also renting for $210,000 per month. View the listing.

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An opulent seven story mansion on the Upper East Side is selling for $90 million. The incredibly sized (and priced) 35-foot wide French Gothic townhouse was built in the early 1900s by Frank Woolworth for one of his three daughters. And if you're thinking that $90 million will break the bank then rest assured--the mega estate is also renting for $210,000 per month. View the listing.
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Frank Woolworth's retail chain was so successful that he commissioned the famed architect, Charles Pierpont Henry Gilbert to design three townhouses for each of his three daughters. All three, including this one at 4 East 80th Street, remain intact today.
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The French Gothic townhouse is currently owned by the family of fitness tycoon, Lucille Roberts. Roberts bought the property in 1995 for $6 million. She passed away in the residence in 2003.
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The incredibly ornate mansion features eight wood-burning fireplaces, soaring fourteen foot ceilings, a formal dining room that seats 50, a 35-foot wide wood-paneled library and a stunning stained-glass skylight.
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