INSIDE the Royal Tenenbaum’s Real-Life Mansion
There may not be an Archer Avenue, a 375th Street Y, or a Green Bus line, but there is at least one real-world place that appears in Wes Anderson’s beloved 2001 film The Royal Tenenbaums. The Charles H. Tuttle mansion on Convent Avenue in Harlem provided the setting for the film and its famous characters, and it’s on the market right now. TRD got a look inside; come check it out.
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