Take a Look Inside the Original Grey Gardens Carriage House

The property is being offered for $9.5 million, the first time it's been for sale in 56 years.

Grey Gardens Carriage House
Sotheby's International Realty

The famous Grey Gardens estate in East Hampton may have , but it's carriage house is still available. On the market for the first time in 56 years, the historic house is being offered for $9.5 million. Scroll down for a look inside.

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The house is just steps from Georgica Beach.
Grey Gardens Carriage House
Sotheby's International Realty

The Grey Gardens property originally went all the way from the main house (shown in the lower-left corner of the above photo) to the beach, explains. The carriage house was built in 1896.

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The Beale family purchased the property in 1924.
Grey Gardens Carriage House
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"Big Edie" Bouvier Beale, Jackie Kennedy's eccentric aunt, purchased Grey Gardens with her husband Phelan Beale, and lived there on an off until her death in 1977. She was divorced in 1946 and her daughter "little Edie" moved in with her in 1952. The family sold the carriage house in 1953 to raise money because they were living on a fixed allowance from Beale's ex-husband.

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The five-bedroom house has been in the current owner's family since the 1950s.
Grey Gardens Carriage House
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The 1.1-acre property includes a heated 45-foot pool.
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French doors open out from a the original carriage room to a shaded pool terrace.
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The current owner is selling because she's not able to be there as often she used to be.
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Natural light fills the 3,516-square-foot home.
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The master bedroom has water views.
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The second-floor balcony overlooks a reserve.
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Here's one of the four additional bedrooms.
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The house could be expanded to 5,511 square feet.
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Here's what the original carriage house looked like.
Grey Gardens Carriage House
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For $9.5 million, today's version could be yours.

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