When we think of Audrey Hepburn, we immediately think of Breakfast at Tiffany’s.
The 1961 film starred Hepburn as Holly Golightly, a New York socialite who fell in love with struggling writer Paul Varjak after moving into his apartment building.
Who could forget the iconic scene from the American romantic comedy where Hepburn as Holly hailed a cab outside the Upper East Side brownstone she called home.
Fans can still admire the property at 169 E 71st Street, which still features the same olive green door and sixties lean.
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However, moviegoers can’t tour the interior, with the home selling for $7.4 million ($11.7 million) in July 2015, according to Real estate agent.
The house was only used to film exterior scenes, with interior scenes shot in the studio.
According USA todaythe brownstone has undergone two renovations, once in the mid-1980s and again in the late 1990s.
The abode contains four bedrooms, five bathrooms and an enclosed greenhouse, and its layout is unique with it forming an upper and lower duplex.
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The ground floor includes an apartment with garden, a library, a shower room, a bedroom and a bathroom, and the upper level contains two bedrooms, the other bathrooms, a living room, a kitchen and a bathroom. laundry room.
Breakfast at Tiffany’s is an adaptation of Truman Capote’s 1958 novel of the same name.
It was released through Paramount Pictures and is now being watched on repeat.