A New York City apartment is up for sale, and the museum-worthy taxidermy collection is negotiable.
If you’ve got an extra $3.3 million lying around, and are a big fan of taxidermy, this apartment is exactly what you need.
Thanks to the New York Times piece written about Gregory Speck and his “Animal House,” outdoorsmen with an affinity for trophy game can get a glimpse at this incredible collection, even if they’d never have the money to buy it.
The most interesting thing about the listing is the pictures that show the rooms filled with game animal mounts right next to the same pictures with the animals edited out. You know, so someone could imagine what it would look like without a menagerie of taxidermy.
Check out the pictures in the slideshow, and let us know in the comments what you think of the mounts.
Photos via halstead.com
211 Central Park West, New York City
The apartment is inside the Beresford, a prestigious prewar cooperative in New York’s Upper West Side.