No one wants to buy one of the most infamous haunted homes in the Hamptons, which just got a $2 million price chop

No one wants to buy one of the most infamous haunted homes in the Hamptons, which just got a $2 million price chop
No one wants to buy one of the most infamous haunted homes in the Hamptons, which just got a $2 million price chop

Edith Bouvier Beale at West End Road in East Hampton, L.I.

No one wants to buy one of the most infamous haunted homes in the Hamptons, which just got a $2 million price chop

Edith Bouvier Beale, house in East Hampton, L.I. was ruled insanitary by authorities in the '70s.

No one wants to buy one of the most infamous haunted homes in the Hamptons, which just got a $2 million price chop

Edith Bouvier Beale walks upstairs from a half-paneled hall in a run-down mansion in East Hampton, New York, 1974.

No one wants to buy one of the most infamous haunted homes in the Hamptons, which just got a $2 million price chop

Exterior of Edith Bouvier Beale house in East Hampton, L.I.

No one wants to buy one of the most infamous haunted homes in the Hamptons, which just got a $2 million price chop

Exterior of house where Edith Bouvier Beale lives on West End Road in East Hampton, L.I.

No one wants to buy one of the most infamous haunted homes in the Hamptons, which just got a $2 million price chop

Home of Edith Bouvier Beale at West End Road in East Hampton, L.I. shows electirc switch hanging and stairs caved in.

No one wants to buy one of the most infamous haunted homes in the Hamptons, which just got a $2 million price chop

Home of Edith Bouvier Beale in East Hampton, L.I. Chairs are placed atop table of dining room. (Photo by Jim Mooney/NY Daily News Archive via Getty Images)

No one wants to buy one of the most infamous haunted homes in the Hamptons, which just got a $2 million price chop

Exterior of Edith Bouvier Beale house.

No one wants to buy one of the most infamous haunted homes in the Hamptons, which just got a $2 million price chop

Edith Bouvier Beale outside her home in East Hampton, L.I.

No one wants to buy one of the most infamous haunted homes in the Hamptons, which just got a $2 million price chop

Home of Edith Bouvier Beale of East Hampton, L.I. Workman is busy in the kitchen.

No one wants to buy one of the most infamous haunted homes in the Hamptons, which just got a $2 million price chop

Edith Bouvier Beale house in East Hampton, L.I.

No one wants to buy one of the most infamous haunted homes in the Hamptons, which just got a $2 million price chop

Edith Bouvier Beale house in East Hampton, L.I. Grand piano, like the rest of its surroundings, has seen better days.

No one wants to buy one of the most infamous haunted homes in the Hamptons, which just got a $2 million price chop

Edith Bouvier Beale house in East Hampton, L.I.

No one wants to buy one of the most infamous haunted homes in the Hamptons, which just got a $2 million price chop

Edith Bouvier Beale home on West End Road in East Hampton, L.I., looks like horror movie set.

No one wants to buy one of the most infamous haunted homes in the Hamptons, which just got a $2 million price chop

Edith Bouvier Beale, a cousin of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, at home in Grey Gardens, a run-down mansion in East Hampton, New York, circa 1975.

No one wants to buy one of the most infamous haunted homes in the Hamptons, which just got a $2 million price chop

'Little' Edith Bouvier Beale, a cousin of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, at home with her mother 'Big Edie' in Grey Gardens, a run-down mansion in East Hampton, New York, 1974. This is a scene from the Maysles brothers documentary 'Grey Gardens'.

No one wants to buy one of the most infamous haunted homes in the Hamptons, which just got a $2 million price chop

Edith Bouvier Beale at home in Grey Gardens in Georgica Pond, East Hampton, New York on September 1, 1972.

No one wants to buy one of the most infamous haunted homes in the Hamptons, which just got a $2 million price chop

'Little' Edith Bouvier Beale, a cousin of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, at home with her mother, 'Big Edie' in Grey Gardens, a run-down mansion in East Hampton, New York, circa 1975.

No one wants to buy one of the most infamous haunted homes in the Hamptons, which just got a $2 million price chop

Edith 'Big Edie' Bouvier Beale with a portrait of her younger self at home in Grey Gardens, a run-down mansion in East Hampton, New York, 1974. This is a scene from the Maysles brothers documentary 'Grey Gardens'.

No one wants to buy one of the most infamous haunted homes in the Hamptons, which just got a $2 million price chop

Road leading to Edith Bouvier Beale home on West End Road in East Hampton, L.I.

No one wants to buy one of the most infamous haunted homes in the Hamptons, which just got a $2 million price chop

Mansion of Edith Bouvier Beale at West End Road in East Hampton, L.I.

No one wants to buy one of the most infamous haunted homes in the Hamptons, which just got a $2 million price chop

Main room of Edith Bouvier Beale at West End Road in East Hampton, L.I. is filled with dusty furniture and much of ceiling plaster has fallen.

No one wants to buy one of the most infamous haunted homes in the Hamptons, which just got a $2 million price chop

Outside the home Edith Bouvier Beale at West End Road in East Hampton, L.I. Ladder leads up to roof which is under repair.

No one wants to buy one of the most infamous haunted homes in the Hamptons, which just got a $2 million price chop

Inside the house of Edith Bouvier Beale in East Hampton, L.I.

No one wants to buy one of the most infamous haunted homes in the Hamptons, which just got a $2 million price chop

Inside the home of Edith Bouvier Beale at West End Road in East Hampton, L.I. shows dusty books on shelf, one of "Onassis".

No one wants to buy one of the most infamous haunted homes in the Hamptons, which just got a $2 million price chop

Interior of house lived in by Edith Bouvier Beale, Jackie Onassis' aunt, Edith Bouvier Beale, 77, and her spinster daughter, Edith, 55, call it home.

No one wants to buy one of the most infamous haunted homes in the Hamptons, which just got a $2 million price chop

Grey Gardens, the Hamptons home once owned by eccentric relatives of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, is for sale. Newsday reports it has been listed for $19.95 million. In a 1975 documentary, it was the rundown home of Onassis' aunt Edith Bouvier Beale and her cousin, Edith Beale. It has been extensively renovated since it was bought in 1977.

No one wants to buy one of the most infamous haunted homes in the Hamptons, which just got a $2 million price chop
No one wants to buy one of the most infamous haunted homes in the Hamptons, which just got a $2 million price chop
No one wants to buy one of the most infamous haunted homes in the Hamptons, which just got a $2 million price chop
No one wants to buy one of the most infamous haunted homes in the Hamptons, which just got a $2 million price chop
No one wants to buy one of the most infamous haunted homes in the Hamptons, which just got a $2 million price chop
No one wants to buy one of the most infamous haunted homes in the Hamptons, which just got a $2 million price chop
No one wants to buy one of the most infamous haunted homes in the Hamptons, which just got a $2 million price chop
No one wants to buy one of the most infamous haunted homes in the Hamptons, which just got a $2 million price chop
No one wants to buy one of the most infamous haunted homes in the Hamptons, which just got a $2 million price chop
No one wants to buy one of the most infamous haunted homes in the Hamptons, which just got a $2 million price chop
No one wants to buy one of the most infamous haunted homes in the Hamptons, which just got a $2 million price chop
No one wants to buy one of the most infamous haunted homes in the Hamptons, which just got a $2 million price chop
No one wants to buy one of the most infamous haunted homes in the Hamptons, which just got a $2 million price chop
No one wants to buy one of the most infamous haunted homes in the Hamptons, which just got a $2 million price chop
No one wants to buy one of the most infamous haunted homes in the Hamptons, which just got a $2 million price chop
No one wants to buy one of the most infamous haunted homes in the Hamptons, which just got a $2 million price chop
No one wants to buy one of the most infamous haunted homes in the Hamptons, which just got a $2 million price chop
No one wants to buy one of the most infamous haunted homes in the Hamptons, which just got a $2 million price chop

No one wants to buy one of the most infamous haunted homes in the Hamptons, which just got a $2 million price chop

Anyone who saw the documentary or Broadway play would likely balk at living in the actual home that "Grey Gardens" inspired. After all, the home was in poor shape during the filming of the documentary, and it's even rumored to be haunted.

But it's currently up for sale with a discounted price of $17.995 million — that's $2 million less than the owners of the home originally asked for when it listed in February.

The East Hampton, New York, mansion now looks nothing like it did in the 1975 documentary showcasing the lives of Jackie Kennedy Onassis' ex-socialite relatives.

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

The Corcoran Group has the listing.

The home has the slate exterior of a typical Hamptons home.

No one wants to buy one of the most infamous haunted homes in the Hamptons, which just got a $2 million price chop

Walk past the sizable porch ...

No one wants to buy one of the most infamous haunted homes in the Hamptons, which just got a $2 million price chop

... and enter a home of stately beauty.

No one wants to buy one of the most infamous haunted homes in the Hamptons, which just got a $2 million price chop

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