This Upper West Side townhouse was built in 1910, but you wouldn't be able to tell by looking at the interiors. Between the time it was purchased in 2008 and now, it was gut-renovated, and now it looks a little, well, goth. There's dark wood everywhere, black tiles in the bathroom, and—perhaps most inexplicably—a swinging skeleton levitating over the living room. (Presumably, that last thing wouldn't remain for whomever snaps up this property.) The five-floor home is currently configured as a multi-family space, with a separate apartment taking up the fourth and fifth floors, but it could be converted back to a single-family house. It has multiple terraces (including one attached to the smaller apartment), large windows, and a full-floor media room in the cellar. The asking price: $10 million.