Roxanne Pulitzer, former wife of newspaper magnate Herbert Pulitzer (yes, that Pulitzer), reached tabloid infamy in the mid-80s amid her divorce from Herbert. Scandal and intrigue raged for a bit, then culminated in a 1985 Playboy spread. Sometime after all the hubbub died down, Roxanne moved to Telluride, Colorado with Tim Boberg -- her fifth husband.
The house both have inhabited since 2001 is now for sale. And at $19.9 million, the property just barely beats out Jerry Seinfeld's old digs currently on sale for $18.3 million in the city.
"Too many of the houses here are the same," Roxanne joked in a recent Wall Street Journal article, "You stumble home drunk and you don't know whose house you're in."
Dubbed the 'Highline Estate,' the property includes the usual amenities: 7 bedrooms, 13 bathrooms (5 are half), 23,124 square feet on 3.33 acres. But the most unique parts include a private bowling alley and shooting range.
PHOTOS of the $19.9 million house, courtesy James Ray Spahn: