Generally speaking, the ultra-conservative crowd isn’t spending their free time volunteering with PETA. So it’s quite fitting that Fox News host Kimberly Guilfoyle just picked up the infamous taxidermy-filled apartment in the Beresford.
Fortunately or unfortunately, depending on your thoughts on decorative dead animals, the long-time owner, journalist Gregory Speck, is sending his massive collection of stuffed friends to the Virginia Museum of Natural History, according to the Post. And Guilfoyle has already hired architect Campion Platt to renovate the two-bedroom, “classic six” home. Lucky for us, though, it’s not too late to see the bizarre (or some may say terrifying) Central Park West home.
Apartment 3J has a private elevator that opens to a grand, 28-foot gallery. The next sprawling space is the 27-foot living room, which features a wood-burning fireplace, herringbone wood floors, ten-foot ceilings and three large north-facing windows. A 23-foot formal dining room provides plenty of space to host guests like Bill O’Reilly.
There are two large master bedroom suites, each with their own walk-in closet and en-suite bath.
If the taxidermy claim to fame isn’t enough for Guilfoyle, she’ll have a long list of celebrity neighbors to compete with in the building, including Diane Sawyer, Patrick McMullen, and Jerry Seinfeld.
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