The swish New York townhouse featured in Breakfast at Tiffany's has sold for $7.4million (£4.75m).
Famously featured throughout Audrey Hepburn's iconic 1961 film, the house has now changed hands for the third time since 2008.
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Located in Manhattan's swanky Upper East Side, the property starred as a backdrop for socialite Holly Golightly in Blake Edward's classic picture.
Originally listed for $10 million (£6.42million) in 2014, the property was cut to $8million (£5.14million) prior to the $7.4million deal.
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The 3,800 square-foot family home has been left untouched since the early 1990s and comes with an enclosed greenhouse and a library.
Later it starred in a second drama when owned by disgraced Merrill Lynch broker Peter E Bacanovic - jailed in 2012 for insider trading.
Real estate Corcoran have not disclosed the new occupants' names.
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