Because I will not be spending $19.5 million to buy it.
New York Magazine cuts a line of pure real estate China White in their feature on this 7,000-8,000 square foot duplex loft atop a West Village garage. But it's not just the sensitive conversion or the 3,500 sf of terraces that caught my eye.
It was the little herd of OG Freiraum Vacas y Vaquitas lined up in the 600 sf "family room." Though it may look like guinea pig in this picture, designer Michael Lehner covered his little, rolling, ride-on pouf toys in genuine cowhide. Which mean they're uncommonly expensive [$600 and $1000, give or take]. In fact, this may be the only herd in captivity in New York.
Also: kid-sized Jacobsen chairs, an adult-sized Aarnio bubble chair, and an ironically suburban-style, 3-story dollhouse, none of which convey. But in this market, I'm sure you could ask.