We Had No Shot At Getting The Truman Capote House

The dream of having the Vol. 1 Brooklyn office located in the single-family home where Truman Capote wrote Breakfast at Tiffany’s is dead.   The eighteen-room home with eleven fireplaces, parking for four cars, crystal chandeliers, Greek Revival columns, and a stairwell mural copied from the Kennedy White House days fetched about $6 million bellow the May 2010 asking price of $18 million dollars, reported the New York Daily News

At least Norman Mailer’s house is still up for dibs, and it’s only going for $2.5 million.

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