Thanks to Airbnb, you can now stay in this NY mansion from Wes Anderson’s ‘The Royal Tenenbaums’ for just $20 a night


If a quirky vacation is what you fancy, here’s your chance to live in a Wes Anderson movie for a couple of days. Airbnb has recently listed the iconic Tenenbaum house from The Royal Tenenbaums for a two-night stay. Yes, that’s right!


While the house is reported to be $20,000 a month if you rent it, the online listing place has it on offer for merely $20 a night. The catch, though? It will be available for a singular stay of the kind for the sum promised.

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The 1899 brownstone in Manhattan’s Hamilton Heights, also called the Charles H. Tuttle mansion, consists of five stories and has plenty of space for guests to rest and relax. It includes formal living and dining rooms, a chef’s kitchen, and a grand foyer.


Interior-wise, the house features original stained-glass windows, decorative woodwork, gas-operated fireplaces, and fully modernized bathrooms. Developed by Jacob D. Butler and designed by legendary architect Adolph Hoak, the Tenenbaum house is available for one two-night stay beginning May 29. Bookings for the same will open at 12 pm ET on May 26.

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If you are craving a quiet time away from the hustle and bustle of New York City, a stay at the Tenenbaum home is what you need!

[Via: Afar]