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Truman Capote's Apartment

70 Willow St

Truman Capote's Brooklyn Apartment

Capote wrote Breakfast at Tiffany's from this 11-bedroom, pale yellow, Brooklyn Heights home (though technically he was living in the basement, which he rented). The home is private property, so visitors will just be able to snap a shot of the exterior and have to use their imaginations for the inside!
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