The home where Holly Golightly resided in the Breakfast at Tiffany's movie -with that iconic fire escape, the cat, the mahvelous pahhhties- is up for sale. And for $5.85 million, one of New York's most historic and romantic landmarks is all yours.
The four-floor townhouse is currently divided into two duplexes, but could easily be converted into a ten bedroom family home. Located on the Upper East Side, it comes with a glass enclosed solarium, backyard, several fireplaces and a library. Add some freshman dorm style Audrey Hepburn posters for a meta-decorative touch!
To build on the interesting back story on the house, it was previously owned by a one Peter Bacanovic, a former Merrill Lynch broker who got caught up in the Martha Stewart insider trading case and did some time in the pen. He purchased the home in 2000 for $1.88 million. What a turn around in this market, Peter? Good luck to you!