We do not have to go movie theaters to get lost in the world created by producer and director Wes Anderson. Perhaps, it is impossible to stay in the Budapest Hotel, but the mansion used in the filming of The Royal Tenenbaum (2001) is now available to stay.
The doors of the interesting world created by the film, which has a story about three gifted siblings who experience great success in their youth, but even greater disappointment and failure in their adulthood because of their father leave the home when their adolescent years, began to wait its visitors with the mansion added to the portfolio of rental companies.
Built in 1899, the house is located in Hamilton Heights, NYC, and is designed to delight its visitors with six bedrooms, four and half bathrooms, a dining room, multiple living spaces, a chef’s kitchen and a garden on the 6,000 squares.
The kitchen and bathrooms have been updated for a modern look, whilst many other original features including stained-glasses, fireplaces, carpentries are retained to give an experience to visitors to be feel in the house of Tenenbaums,