You Can Now Rent the Iconic “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” Brownstone

published Oct 10, 2021
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What’s one film that’s synonymous with the glitz and glamour of New York City? “Breakfast at Tiffany’s”. The film, which celebrated its 60th anniversary on Oct. 5, has become one of the most iconic rom-coms to date. Now, you can experience a taste of Holly Golightly’s (Audrey Hepburn) exquisite style by staying in THE New York brownstone that served as the backdrop for the 1961 classic.

Located on East 71st Street, the 4,500 square feet furnished residence spans across five floors, with four bedrooms, and five bathrooms. Other standout features include a wine cellar with a wet bar, a library, an enclosed greenhouse, multiple fireplaces, expansive outdoor spaces, including two terraces and a garden-level patio, and plenty more. 

The home has been designed to perfectly mirror the luxury and sophistication of old New York City, with a minimalist-neutral color palette that’s offset by dark-hued accents, exposed brick, and subtle nods to Hepburn herself—including framed portraits and, of course, hints of the signature Tiffany Blue color. Scroll through the photos below to see for yourself!

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Six blocks from Central Park, the “Hepburn” is in a prime location that makes the brownstone the perfect vacation spot for those who are traveling with extended family and friends, in addition to those looking for an intimate and luxurious event space.

Those who are looking to rent the luxurious “Hepburn” brownstone townhome can do so via Inspirato, a luxury travel subscription company with an extensive portfolio of five-star resorts, hotels, and vacation homes.

The “Hepburn” is available to all 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.

I think this calls for a “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” rewatch!