We were quite astounded when, earlier this summer, we came across a taxidermy-filled apartment on Central Park West (there’s a first time for everything!). And now, in an even more surprising twist, we’ve stumbled upon another “stuffed animal” loving pad. Though not filled to the brims like our first find, this apartment at 465 West Broadway will still make you look twice.
The three-bedroom unit has been picked up by jewelry designer and artist Lisa Pevaroff for $4.7 million. Likely selling points include 15 windows, four exposures, and an easily convertible floor plan.
If you can look past the furry friends, you’ll see that this apartment has great bones (no pun intended). Thanks to the exposed wood ceiling beams, brick walls, and columns, the space exudes the much-sought-after Soho loft style. The overly spacious living area features a fireplace and enough room for two different sitting areas. There is also a separate wing that has a second kitchen and living room, as well as a large storage space.
Married to President and COO of Goldman Sachs Gary Cohn, Lisa Pevaroff says her work is inspired by nature. We’re not sure she was referring to this kind of nature, but if she’s looking to continue the taxidermy tradition her husband’s $15 million annual salary can certainly buy quite the collection.
Photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman