New York, Apr 26 (ANI): The place that Holly Golighty (Audrey Hepburn) called home in 1961 classic 'Breakfast at Tiffany's' has finally found a buyer.
The four-story brownstone, now used as two duplexes, was purchased by Cyprus-based Costalea Holdings Limited, the New York Daily News reported.
The home that served as the facade for Holly Golighty's apartment, as well as the home of Peter E. Bacanovic, who was Martha Stewart's stockbroker - and also served prison time as a result of her insider-trading scandal, recently sold for 5.97 million dollars, according to The New York Observer.
Bacanovic reportedly purchased the home for 1.8 million dollars in 2000.
The property features five wood-burning fireplaces, a solarium and a large backyard for entertaining, according to the Corcoran listing.
However, most of the scenes in "Breakfast at Tiffany's" were shot on a Hollywood soundstage, although Robert Browne, one of the listing brokers, asserted that Bacanovic was sure that the scene where Golightly attends a party dressed in a bedsheet was shot in the living room of the house.
The townhouse at 169 E. 71st St. went on the market last winter. (ANI)
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