Whether you were a fan of the cult ‘70s documentary "Grey Gardens" the HBO movie based on it or just appreciate a beautiful home, you’ll want to see these pictures of the property that's now available for sale in East Hampton, New York.
This 3,516-square-foot residence is the original carriage house built in 1856 belonging to the famous Grey Gardens estate, where the reclusive mother and daughter duo — Big Edie and Little Edie Beale (relatives of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis) — once lived. The main home was sold last year.
First built in 1856 and currently on the market for the first time in over 50 years, the carriage home is comprised of five bedrooms and four full baths and has been renovated into a light-and-airy modern beach house.
Listed by Frank Newbold and Marilyn Clark of Sotheby’s International Realty for $9.5 million, it’s located on 1.1 acre with stunning ocean and reserve views.
Once the main carriage room, the living room features paneled walls, a fireplace and large windows with French doors that flood the space with natural light.
The dining room, which also has French doors that lead to a shaded terrace, features tile floors, paneled ceilings and recessed lighting.
In the family room, there’s a built-in bookcase and desk along with cabinets for extra storage.
A cheery kitchen is accented with yellow paint and countertops, which are a beautiful contrast to the black and white checkered floors.
Outside, there’s a heated 45-foot pool, but if you’d rather play in the ocean, Georgica Beach is just moments away. The home also has balconies with a nice view of the water.
Want to dream more about this gorgeous property? See more pictures of it at Sotheby’s International Realty.