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This was the most fabulous yard sale ever in the Hamptons

This was the most fabulous yard sale ever in the Hamptons

Grey Gardens, one of the Hamptons most documented homes, opened… Grey Gardens, the famous East Hampton home where Jackie Kennedy Onassis ’s society aunt, “Big Edie” Bouvier Beale and her daughter “Little Edie” Beale lived in eccentric squalor, has sold for $15.5 million, sources told The Post.

The estate, on 1.7 acres, went on the market for $19.995 million in February. The new owners are a New York City-based family who — like Quinn and Bradlee — have pledged to preserve the home ’s history, sources involved in the deal said. The listing broker, Michael Schultz, of The Corcoran Group, was unavailable for comment.

The home — which is rumored to be haunted — was dubbed a health menace by town officials in 1971 and by 1975 the Grey Gardens documentary was released, which made the Beales famous. In 1979, the late Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee, of Watergate fame, and columnist Sally Quinn bought the 28-room, 6,000-square-foot estate, at 3 West End Road, for $225,000.

By 2009, interest in the property grew again, and the mother-daughter duo ’s popularity had risen to cult-like status, thanks in part to an HBO film starring Drew Barrymore and Jessica Lange. That was followed by a Grey Gardens Broadway musical.

East Enders lined up last month to get a piece of the estate in what became known as the Hamptons quirkiest tag sale ever.

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This was the most fabulous yard sale ever in the Hamptons

This was the most fabulous yard sale ever in the Hamptons

Grey Gardens, one of the Hamptons most documented homes, opened… Grey Gardens, the famous East Hampton home where Jackie Kennedy Onassis ’s society aunt, “Big Edie” Bouvier Beale and her daughter “Little Edie” Beale lived in eccentric squalor, has sold for $15.5 million, sources told The Post.

The estate, on 1.7 acres, went on the market for $19.995 million in February. The new owners are a New York City-based family who — like Quinn and Bradlee — have pledged to preserve the home ’s history, sources involved in the deal said. The listing broker, Michael Schultz, of The Corcoran Group, was unavailable for comment.

The home — which is rumored to be haunted — was dubbed a health menace by town officials in 1971 and by 1975 the Grey Gardens documentary was released, which made the Beales famous. In 1979, the late Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee, of Watergate fame, and columnist Sally Quinn bought the 28-room, 6,000-square-foot estate, at 3 West End Road, for $225,000.

By 2009, interest in the property grew again, and the mother-daughter duo ’s popularity had risen to cult-like status, thanks in part to an HBO film starring Drew Barrymore and Jessica Lange. That was followed by a Grey Gardens Broadway musical.

East Enders lined up last month to get a piece of the estate in what became known as the Hamptons quirkiest tag sale ever.

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This was the most fabulous yard sale ever in the Hamptons

This was the most fabulous yard sale ever in the Hamptons

Grey Gardens, one of the Hamptons most documented homes, opened… Grey Gardens, the famous East Hampton home where Jackie Kennedy Onassis ’s society aunt, “Big Edie” Bouvier Beale and her daughter “Little Edie” Beale lived in eccentric squalor, has sold for $15.5 million, sources told The Post.

The estate, on 1.7 acres, went on the market for $19.995 million in February. The new owners are a New York City-based family who — like Quinn and Bradlee — have pledged to preserve the home ’s history, sources involved in the deal said. The listing broker, Michael Schultz, of The Corcoran Group, was unavailable for comment.

The home — which is rumored to be haunted — was dubbed a health menace by town officials in 1971 and by 1975 the Grey Gardens documentary was released, which made the Beales famous. In 1979, the late Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee, of Watergate fame, and columnist Sally Quinn bought the 28-room, 6,000-square-foot estate, at 3 West End Road, for $225,000.

By 2009, interest in the property grew again, and the mother-daughter duo ’s popularity had risen to cult-like status, thanks in part to an HBO film starring Drew Barrymore and Jessica Lange. That was followed by a Grey Gardens Broadway musical.

East Enders lined up last month to get a piece of the estate in what became known as the Hamptons quirkiest tag sale ever.

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This was the most fabulous yard sale ever in the Hamptons

This was the most fabulous yard sale ever in the Hamptons

Grey Gardens, one of the Hamptons most documented homes, opened… Grey Gardens, the famous East Hampton home where Jackie Kennedy Onassis ’s society aunt, “Big Edie” Bouvier Beale and her daughter “Little Edie” Beale lived in eccentric squalor, has sold for $15.5 million, sources told The Post.

The estate, on 1.7 acres, went on the market for $19.995 million in February. The new owners are a New York City-based family who — like Quinn and Bradlee — have pledged to preserve the home ’s history, sources involved in the deal said. The listing broker, Michael Schultz, of The Corcoran Group, was unavailable for comment.

The home — which is rumored to be haunted — was dubbed a health menace by town officials in 1971 and by 1975 the Grey Gardens documentary was released, which made the Beales famous. In 1979, the late Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee, of Watergate fame, and columnist Sally Quinn bought the 28-room, 6,000-square-foot estate, at 3 West End Road, for $225,000.

By 2009, interest in the property grew again, and the mother-daughter duo ’s popularity had risen to cult-like status, thanks in part to an HBO film starring Drew Barrymore and Jessica Lange. That was followed by a Grey Gardens Broadway musical.

East Enders lined up last month to get a piece of the estate in what became known as the Hamptons quirkiest tag sale ever.

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This was the most fabulous yard sale ever in the Hamptons

This was the most fabulous yard sale ever in the Hamptons

Grey Gardens, one of the Hamptons most documented homes, opened… Grey Gardens, the famous East Hampton home where Jackie Kennedy Onassis ’s society aunt, “Big Edie” Bouvier Beale and her daughter “Little Edie” Beale lived in eccentric squalor, has sold for $15.5 million, sources told The Post.

The estate, on 1.7 acres, went on the market for $19.995 million in February. The new owners are a New York City-based family who — like Quinn and Bradlee — have pledged to preserve the home ’s history, sources involved in the deal said. The listing broker, Michael Schultz, of The Corcoran Group, was unavailable for comment.

The home — which is rumored to be haunted — was dubbed a health menace by town officials in 1971 and by 1975 the Grey Gardens documentary was released, which made the Beales famous. In 1979, the late Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee, of Watergate fame, and columnist Sally Quinn bought the 28-room, 6,000-square-foot estate, at 3 West End Road, for $225,000.

By 2009, interest in the property grew again, and the mother-daughter duo ’s popularity had risen to cult-like status, thanks in part to an HBO film starring Drew Barrymore and Jessica Lange. That was followed by a Grey Gardens Broadway musical.

East Enders lined up last month to get a piece of the estate in what became known as the Hamptons quirkiest tag sale ever.

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This was the most fabulous yard sale ever in the Hamptons

This was the most fabulous yard sale ever in the Hamptons

Grey Gardens, one of the Hamptons most documented homes, opened… Grey Gardens, the famous East Hampton home where Jackie Kennedy Onassis ’s society aunt, “Big Edie” Bouvier Beale and her daughter “Little Edie” Beale lived in eccentric squalor, has sold for $15.5 million, sources told The Post.

The estate, on 1.7 acres, went on the market for $19.995 million in February. The new owners are a New York City-based family who — like Quinn and Bradlee — have pledged to preserve the home ’s history, sources involved in the deal said. The listing broker, Michael Schultz, of The Corcoran Group, was unavailable for comment.

The home — which is rumored to be haunted — was dubbed a health menace by town officials in 1971 and by 1975 the Grey Gardens documentary was released, which made the Beales famous. In 1979, the late Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee, of Watergate fame, and columnist Sally Quinn bought the 28-room, 6,000-square-foot estate, at 3 West End Road, for $225,000.

By 2009, interest in the property grew again, and the mother-daughter duo ’s popularity had risen to cult-like status, thanks in part to an HBO film starring Drew Barrymore and Jessica Lange. That was followed by a Grey Gardens Broadway musical.

East Enders lined up last month to get a piece of the estate in what became known as the Hamptons quirkiest tag sale ever.

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This was the most fabulous yard sale ever in the Hamptons

This was the most fabulous yard sale ever in the Hamptons

Grey Gardens, one of the Hamptons most documented homes, opened… Grey Gardens, the famous East Hampton home where Jackie Kennedy Onassis ’s society aunt, “Big Edie” Bouvier Beale and her daughter “Little Edie” Beale lived in eccentric squalor, has sold for $15.5 million, sources told The Post.

The estate, on 1.7 acres, went on the market for $19.995 million in February. The new owners are a New York City-based family who — like Quinn and Bradlee — have pledged to preserve the home ’s history, sources involved in the deal said. The listing broker, Michael Schultz, of The Corcoran Group, was unavailable for comment.

The home — which is rumored to be haunted — was dubbed a health menace by town officials in 1971 and by 1975 the Grey Gardens documentary was released, which made the Beales famous. In 1979, the late Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee, of Watergate fame, and columnist Sally Quinn bought the 28-room, 6,000-square-foot estate, at 3 West End Road, for $225,000.

By 2009, interest in the property grew again, and the mother-daughter duo ’s popularity had risen to cult-like status, thanks in part to an HBO film starring Drew Barrymore and Jessica Lange. That was followed by a Grey Gardens Broadway musical.

East Enders lined up last month to get a piece of the estate in what became known as the Hamptons quirkiest tag sale ever.

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This was the most fabulous yard sale ever in the Hamptons

This was the most fabulous yard sale ever in the Hamptons

Grey Gardens, one of the Hamptons most documented homes, opened… Grey Gardens, the famous East Hampton home where Jackie Kennedy Onassis ’s society aunt, “Big Edie” Bouvier Beale and her daughter “Little Edie” Beale lived in eccentric squalor, has sold for $15.5 million, sources told The Post.

The estate, on 1.7 acres, went on the market for $19.995 million in February. The new owners are a New York City-based family who — like Quinn and Bradlee — have pledged to preserve the home ’s history, sources involved in the deal said. The listing broker, Michael Schultz, of The Corcoran Group, was unavailable for comment.

The home — which is rumored to be haunted — was dubbed a health menace by town officials in 1971 and by 1975 the Grey Gardens documentary was released, which made the Beales famous. In 1979, the late Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee, of Watergate fame, and columnist Sally Quinn bought the 28-room, 6,000-square-foot estate, at 3 West End Road, for $225,000.

By 2009, interest in the property grew again, and the mother-daughter duo ’s popularity had risen to cult-like status, thanks in part to an HBO film starring Drew Barrymore and Jessica Lange. That was followed by a Grey Gardens Broadway musical.

East Enders lined up last month to get a piece of the estate in what became known as the Hamptons quirkiest tag sale ever.

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This was the most fabulous yard sale ever in the Hamptons

This was the most fabulous yard sale ever in the Hamptons

Grey Gardens, one of the Hamptons most documented homes, opened… Grey Gardens, the famous East Hampton home where Jackie Kennedy Onassis ’s society aunt, “Big Edie” Bouvier Beale and her daughter “Little Edie” Beale lived in eccentric squalor, has sold for $15.5 million, sources told The Post.

The estate, on 1.7 acres, went on the market for $19.995 million in February. The new owners are a New York City-based family who — like Quinn and Bradlee — have pledged to preserve the home ’s history, sources involved in the deal said. The listing broker, Michael Schultz, of The Corcoran Group, was unavailable for comment.

The home — which is rumored to be haunted — was dubbed a health menace by town officials in 1971 and by 1975 the Grey Gardens documentary was released, which made the Beales famous. In 1979, the late Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee, of Watergate fame, and columnist Sally Quinn bought the 28-room, 6,000-square-foot estate, at 3 West End Road, for $225,000.

By 2009, interest in the property grew again, and the mother-daughter duo ’s popularity had risen to cult-like status, thanks in part to an HBO film starring Drew Barrymore and Jessica Lange. That was followed by a Grey Gardens Broadway musical.

East Enders lined up last month to get a piece of the estate in what became known as the Hamptons quirkiest tag sale ever.

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This was the most fabulous yard sale ever in the Hamptons

This was the most fabulous yard sale ever in the Hamptons

Grey Gardens, one of the Hamptons most documented homes, opened… Grey Gardens, the famous East Hampton home where Jackie Kennedy Onassis ’s society aunt, “Big Edie” Bouvier Beale and her daughter “Little Edie” Beale lived in eccentric squalor, has sold for $15.5 million, sources told The Post.

The estate, on 1.7 acres, went on the market for $19.995 million in February. The new owners are a New York City-based family who — like Quinn and Bradlee — have pledged to preserve the home ’s history, sources involved in the deal said. The listing broker, Michael Schultz, of The Corcoran Group, was unavailable for comment.

The home — which is rumored to be haunted — was dubbed a health menace by town officials in 1971 and by 1975 the Grey Gardens documentary was released, which made the Beales famous. In 1979, the late Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee, of Watergate fame, and columnist Sally Quinn bought the 28-room, 6,000-square-foot estate, at 3 West End Road, for $225,000.

By 2009, interest in the property grew again, and the mother-daughter duo ’s popularity had risen to cult-like status, thanks in part to an HBO film starring Drew Barrymore and Jessica Lange. That was followed by a Grey Gardens Broadway musical.

East Enders lined up last month to get a piece of the estate in what became known as the Hamptons quirkiest tag sale ever.

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