Manhattan’s love for the best and most opulent is no news, and when this $90 million French Gothic townhouse was put up for sale, it came as a refreshing interest. It was built in 1916 by businessman Frank Winfield Woolworth. It is 35 feet wide and is one of three homes he made for his daughters, and is renovated in a traditional prewar style. It features 10 bedrooms, 11.5 bathrooms, and 3 kitchens spread over 18,000 square feet and are available for rent at $210,000 per month.
Other features include a Limestone Façade, a central foyer opening to a grand entry hall providing access to the main residence, a massive fireplace, a kitchen in the rear, a grandmaster staircase, a 50-person dining room with a large fireplace on the parlor floor, a 35 foot-wide wood-paneled library, wet bar, and powder room on the third floor, master suite on the fourth floor that includes a grand bedroom, two sitting rooms and two full baths with dressing rooms and two large bedrooms with full baths and a gym on the fifth floor, a private office with a full bath and a powder room on the sixth floor and a two-bedroom staff suite with two full baths, a separate kitchen and elevator access located on the seventh floor.