According to The New York Times, "As [Breakfast at Tiffany's] celebrates its 50th anniversary, the familiar town house at 169 East 71st Street where Holly Golightly lived and hosted her wild cocktail parties has gone on the market for $5.85 million.
"The four-story house, which is in a landmark district, figured prominently in the 1961 film. It was here that Holly Golightly, as played by Audrey Hepburn, lived alongside Paul Varjak, the aspiring writer played by George Peppard."
Yearly taxes are $29,845 on the 3,200 sq ft property which is on the small side for New York townhouses. The building on 72st Street, off Lexington, is currently configured as two duplex apartments and will be delivered vacant to the new owner.
Robert Browne at Corcoran has the listing. By the way, did you know that the kitty that played Cat in the movie was an actor kitty that, in real life, was named Putney?