Details: 7 floors, 35-by-78-ft. structure; approx. 18,000 sq. ft.
Built in 1916, this townhouse is one of three on the block Frank Woolworth, founder of Woolworth’s discount retail chain, built for his daughters. But this is no five-and-dimer.
The Neo-French Renaissance home features eight wood-burning fireplaces and a dining room that seats more than 50 people; be prepared to host plenty of family get-togethers.
The townhouse was owned by the late Lucille Roberts, who founded the eponymous chain of health clubs. Foot Locker is the surviving corporate entity of the F.W. Woolworth company.