The beautiful Upper East Side townhouse that served as the facade for Holly Golightly’s apartment building in “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” has just been sold for $US7.4 million, the New York Observer reports.
The townhouse last changed hands in 2012, when Peter E. Bacanovic, the former Merrill Lynch broker who spent five months in prison for his role in the Martha Stewart insider trading scandal, sold it to a Cyprus-based LLC for around $US6 million.
The new owner’s identity is also shielded by an LLC. The home, which is configured for two families, was initially listed for $US10 million last year, according to the Observer.
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