Truman Capote’s Home Sells for Borough Record

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The famous Brooklyn Heights home where Truman Capote wrote “Breakfast at Tiffany’s,” “In Cold Blood,” and other books has finally been sold.

Discounted down from the original $18 million asking price, according to the Daily News, the home sold for $12 million – setting a new Borough record. The buyer used an LLC company to pay for the home, which features 18 rooms and 11 fireplaces.

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