If you follow “House of Cards” on Netflix, you probably feel uneasy watching Michael Kelly’s stellar performance as creepy Doug Stamper, a political operative/chief of staff with an alcohol problem who would kill (literally) for his presidential boss.
This three-bedroom, two-bathroom co-op was renovated by architect Gregory Colston. The light-filled space features wide-plank oak floors, custom radiator enclosures, surround sound and LED lighting.
There’s also an open kitchen and a “spa-like” master bathroom with marble touches. Building amenities include a gym, playroom, community room and two private gated parks. Halstead’s Jeremy Bolger, Neal Young and Anna Shagalov have the listing.
Wednesday, April 26, 2017