If you haven't seen the cult favorite, a documentary of scenes from the dilapidated life of the reclusive, eccentric mother-daughter duo that was Edie and Edith - relatives of Jackie Kennedy's - that is Grey Gardens, you've been missing out hard. And we're not talking the HBO remake. It's all about the original.

For the first time in just about 40 years their infamous property and once decaying home is on the market. Perhaps you'd expect it for a deal, considering it's less-than-glamorous moment in time, but after its last owners restored the stunning shingle home to its old glory, you can bet it's worth a pretty penny. $19.995 million, to be exact. Though that's not exactly out of the ordinary for such a stately East Hampton abode, especially one so near Lily Pond Lane and Georgica Beach.

From well manicured, fresh green grounds complete with a tennis court, pool, guest house and more, the interiors of the seven bedroom traditional are no less lovely.

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[Photo via Grey Gardens]