I don't know about you, but I love to think about all of the funny things one could be an heiress to. I mean, just think how many real life Gretchen Wieners of the Toaster Strudel fortune situations there are!

June Noble Smith Larkin Gibson was the daughter of Life Savers co-founder Edward J. Noble.  And while you may be thinking to yourself, Yeah everybody knows about Life Savers, but how big of a thing are they really?, the current price tag of her Hamptons home ought to answer that.

The candy heiress, who passed away earlier this summer at the age of 98, purchased her East Hampton summer home back in the 60s. The five-bedroom, five-bathroom home sits on a five acre plot on the uber exclusive Spaeth Lane. With direct access to Two Mile Hollow Beach, the rooms feature stunning ocean views. So stunning, they'll cost you $72 million.

Click through for a tour of the costly home, still decorated to June's classic taste!

[Photos via Brown Harris Stevens]