breakfast at holly’s house

My love affair with New York is no secret, so when I saw that the house made famous in Breakfast at Tiffany’s had been sold, my heart melted that little bit more when I clocked the pictures. The Upper East Side brownstone is currently divided into two apartments, but knocking them together would give you 10 bedrooms. Not that I’d need 10 bedrooms, but I’d be living in Holly’s house, and that would be good enough for me. Clearly I’d also need to invest in a ginger feline named “Cat”. And wear glamourous black dresses round the house. Funnily enough, another New York icon was sold this week… Carrie Bradshaw’s townhouse on Perry Street – see here. Now, although I wouldn’t say no (if I had the spare $9.85 mill), there’s something about it I can’t warm to. So thankfully I would only have had to pay out $5.97 mill for the Breakfast at Tiffany’s dream house. If that’s not being thifty, I don’t know what is.

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