People came from across the country to buy weathered tchotchkes from the fabled East Hampton estate, immortalized in a documentary about the Kennedy relatives who once owned it.
Grey Gardens, a 28-room estate renowned because of its bizarre former residents as well as their ancestral clutter, today stands vacant after a hell of a Hamptons estate sale .
The documentary had been accommodated to some 2009 HBO movie starring Drew Barrymore and Jessica Lange, in Addition to a Broadway musical.
Per the purchasing contract, the home had to be vacant from the sale’s near, and Quinn enlisted Susan Wexler and her ceremony, Behind the Hedgerows, to orchestrate property sale. Furniture and knick-knacks observable in the documentary — such as their beds along with famous American flags — were available, in addition to bits from Quinn and Bradley’s collection.
Wexler flagged rooms of notice including the area where the Beatles remained after the remainder of the home was overcome by garbage, fleas, cats, raccoons, and — wait, there is more — opossums.
Another kind of zoo was averted that weekend, as guests had been declared only forty at one time. They cushioned to the home in grim sock booties, supplied by Wexley to stop buyers from monitoring dirt across the house. And while we adore historic houses, we can not match the excitement of this guest who told Bloomberg that they had been excited, they simply wished to”lick the walls”
Not, we believe that the Edie’s could have minded.