Grey Gardens’ Carriage House Hits the Market
While the infamous Grey Gardens estate has sold, the former carriage house that famed Big Edie sold in the fifties has hit the market for the first time in 56 years! When Grey Gardens was originally built it had several acres, spanning from the main house down to the ocean beach. It was only split up in 1953 by Big Edie in order to bring in extra income from the carriage house. While this property has undergone many updates, this historic home also features the original wainscoting on the ceiling in the living room. With a $9.5 million price tag, this five bedroom home with a 45-foot heated pool sits on one acre of beautifully manicured lawn, will give prospective buyers an opportunity to own a piece of East Hampton history. The home is listed with Frank Newbold & Marilyn Clark of Sotheby’s International Realty.