NY Daily News. It was originally on the market for $18 million in May of 2010.It only took about two years, but writer Truman Capote’s house was finally sold for about $12 million, according to the
The flamboyant scribe wrote both Breakfast at Tiffany’s and In Cold Blood while residing at his apartment at 70 Willow St., which he rented from Broadway producer Oliver Smith. Rumour has it he didn’t have a problem throwing wet and wild parties when his landlord was away. The yellow house has fetched the highest price paid for a single family home in Brooklyn Heights.