Breakfast at Holly Golightly's, anyone?
The Upper East Side brownstone that appeared in 1961's Breakfast at Tiffany's is for sale and the four-story pad will only run you about, oh, $8 million. Some brief cinematic history: While the film's interior scenes were shot on a constructed set, the building's exterior—chic emerald doors included—was used for many primary shots throughout.
The movie made actress Audrey Hepburn a household name, and for good reason: Who wouldn't fall for the doe-eyed, pixie cut-pioneering ingénue? Golightly would meet and eventually fall for neighboring tenant Paul Varjak (played by George Peppard) in the classic romantic comedy.
The brownstone, listed by Asher Alcobi of Peter Ashe Real Estate, is located on East 71st Street in a prime (and ultra-ritzy) section of Manhattan. Replete with four bedrooms, five bathrooms, multiple fireplaces and an enclosed greenhouse, the home will offer buyers luxury and privacy in an ideal setting. And there's also a backyard for those who have a mischievous cat that prefers to be outdoors.
Our only question now: Does Holly's iconic little black Givenchy dress come with the apartment?