10. The Clocktower Building Had Unique Uses
The mansion’s auxiliary clocktower building adds another 15,000 square feet building to the historic estate. At its peak, the clocktower served as staff residences, office space, an 18-car garage, and even a laboratory where Reynolds wrap was invented. The Reynolds family owned the property after Woolworth’s death. However, when new owners redecorated the mansion, they placed a clothes and furnishings into the structure, which eventually rotted away.