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No one wants to buy one of the many barbarous condemned homes in the Hamptons, which just got a $2 million cost chop

Grey GardensThe Corcoran Group

Anyone who saw the documentary or Broadway play would likely frustrate at vital in the tangible home that “Grey Gardens” inspired. After all, the home was in bad figure during the filming of the documentary, and it’s even rumored to be haunted.

But it’s now up for sale with a ignored cost of $17.995 million — that’s $2 million reduction than the owners of the home creatively asked for when it listed in February.

The East Hampton, New York, palace now looks zero like it did in the 1975 documentary showcasing the lives of Jackie Kennedy Onassis’ ex-socialite relatives. 

Journalist and author Sally Quinn purchased the palace with her husband, the late Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee, for $220,000 in 1979. They totally rehabilitated it to the stream fame that it now shows, according to The New York Times.

The Corcoran Group has the listing.

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