Inside Audrey Hepburn's NYC townhouse from Breakfast at Tiffany's featuring a wine cellar, library, and greenhouse
AUDREY Hepburn fans who want to live out their Holly Golightly fantasies can now rent the New York City townhouse from movie classic, Breakfast at Tiffany's.
The Manhattan brownstone – properly named The Hepburn – on the Upper East Side is available to stay in thanks to the luxury holiday rental subscription firm, Inspirato.
The property, which is located just six blocks from Central Park, boasts four bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms across 4,465 square feet.
It is said to be a "true entertainer's paradise" with two terraces and a patio as well as a wine cellar and wet bar, along with a library and an enclosed greenhouse/solarium, as well as several living areas.
It features framed portraits of Hepburn and hints of the Tiffany Blue color.
Most of the home is also decorated in a completely white, beige, and gray color palette – making it feel ultra-luxurious.
From the outside, the townhouse looks like any other New York City brownstone but inside, it's a complete surprise.
When guests step inside, they are met with an elegant entryway that also leads up to the bedrooms upstairs.
The home is a true paradise on the inside, making it impossible for anyone to want to leave.
To keep things cozy during the cold winters, the home features two stunning fireplaces.
Back in 1961, iconic Audrey Hepburn starred as Holly Golightly in the 1961 romantic comedy, which has become one of her most popular movies.
The 1910-built property sold for $7.4 million in 2015 before being made available to rent.
The Hepburn is available to Inspirato subscribers, whether they have an Inspirato Club membership ($600 per month) or an Inspirato Pass membership ($2500 per month).
There's no minimum or maximum travel required, but Club members will pay a nightly rate at each property, while Pass members will have no nightly rates, taxes, or fees, the company said.
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