Paltrow was only 11 years old when the family made the move from California to NYC, where she attended the Spence School — an all-girls private academy.
The stunning home consists of five floors, spanning over 7,200 square feet and comes with seven bedrooms and nine bathrooms.
Scroll through to see pics of Paltrow’s lavish childhood home.
The stunning townhome was built in 1891 by famed architect Walter Reid Jr. for his father and was based on the Renaissance Revival style.
The garden level opens to a magical rear secret garden, which is lined with brick walls covered in vines, a tiled fountain and even an orange tree.
The main entrance is on the garden level where an exquisite grand foyer welcomes you.
The cozy kitchen is perfect to whip up a little feast for you and your family.
The townhouse measures at 20 feet wide, which is unusually big for NYC.
The second level comes with a front-facing living room and a rear-facing dining room — which is equipped with a wood-burning fireplace and a butler’s pantry.
The third floor has a wood-paneled library that comes with a wet bar, as well as the master bedroom that has his-and-her closets, both with adjacent en-suite bathrooms.
There are two more en-suite bedrooms on the fourth floor — one which opens to a private terrace.
The six-floor home is located east of Fifth Avenue in NYC, and it's large windows and open-floor plan attract sunlight year round.
The home is filled with charm and unique touches, such as stained glass windows and original molding.