This multi million-dollar house is nothing short of iconic.

The Upper East Side townhouse where fictional magazine editor Miranda Priestly resided in David Frankel’s groundbreaking film The Devil Wears Prada has hit the market.

Unsurprisingly, the home of the glamorous Runway editor-in-chief, rumoured to be based on Vogue’s Anna Wintour is priced at an eye-watering $40 million.

Fans of the beloved 2006 film are sure to recognise the seven-bedroom, six-level home’s grand entrance and spiral staircase as Anne Hathaway’s character Andrea Sachs delivered a mock-up of Runway magazines to Meryl Streep’s character, Priestly in the film.

But the infamous staircase also appears on the set of another fictional Upper East Side world.

The stairwell briefly appears in the teen drama Gossip Girl’s final episode, for the wedding of Penn Badgley’s character Dan and Blake Lively’s Serena.

Modlin Group boss Adam D. Modlin holds the listing for the neo-Italian renaissance-style limestone and marble townhouse, which last sold in 2003 for $8.8 million.

The home was originally built in 1907 by architect Stanford White and was renovated in 2005 with a tasteful interior design by Diamond Barrata.

The top floor of the breathtaking abode includes a custom-built basketball court, as well as a terrace with a spa.

Adding to the 129 East 73rd St home’s A-list status, it’s just across the road from American journalist and political activist Gloria Steinem’s NYC pad.

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This article first appeared on Over60.