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Truman Capote's Brooklyn Heights home—the very home where he penned the legendary ever-influential book Breakfast at Tiffany's—has been listed for $18 million. The 11-bedroom, 11-fireplace mansion features a three-story elliptical mahogany staircase, a Federal-style columned veranda, a library, and two chef's eat-in kitchens. [Curbed]