The Grey Gardens Estate Just Got a $2M Price Cut



The legendary Grey Gardens estate.After hitting the market for $19.995M in February, the legendary Grey Gardens estate—made famous by The Maysles Brothers' 1975 documentary entitled Grey Gardens and photographed exclusively for HC&G's June 2012 issue —has gotten a $2M price cut and now asks $17.995M.

Sally Quinn and her husband, late Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee bought the then-decrepit, crumbling structure from its previous residents, “Big Edie” Bouvier Beale and “Little Edie” Beale 30 years ago and restored it completely, including furnishing much of the home with the Beales' furniture that was left in the attic.

Corcoran’s Michael Schultz and Susan Ryan represent the listing. Curbed reported the price change.

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11 Musket Ridge Road, Wilton CT
Perched at the top of a roaring Silvermine River waterfall on almost 4 acres, the property spreads out into Wilton and New Canaan. Every inch of this home has been perfected to capture the timeless appeal of the river while exuding ultimate refinement and good taste. The architect-designed home captures river views and sounds, and almost every room opens to one of the magnificent decks or to a private balcony. Call Ileana Barns Slavin Associates-William Raveis at (203) 246-7215.

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